What Makes a Good Submittal – an Architect’s Point of View

Architects and designers are meticulous when it comes to specifying details in the projects they design — they have to be. And it’s no different when they’re reviewing submittals. While every project is different, there are some basics that subcontractors and GCs can keep in mind to help ensure that the submittal review process, and…

With Enormous Gratitude

Welcome to Submittal.com! If you’ve had a chance to look though our website, you can see we have a very straight-forward mission: To make software that’s as simple-to-use and standards-compliant as possible, so you can spend less time doing administrative tasks and more time building things.

Video: Send and Track Your Submittals

In this short video tutorial, you’ll learn how to send your submittal package so it can be accessed as a webpage from anywhere. And you’ll see how your sent history can help keep track of it all.

What Defines a Good Submittal? GCs Spell It Out.

Submittals play a key role in the Quality Control (QC) process in construction. Good submittals help clarify the contractor’s understanding of the plans and specifications. They help shake out problems before they happen on the jobsite. And, overall, submittals insure project owners get the structure they signed up for and paid for.