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Last edited 21 Apr 2021
BG 78/2021, Project Information Process, written by Nick Blake and John Sands, and published by BSRIA in January 2021, in relation to the snagging report it states: ‘Snagging is a term widely used in the construction industry to define the process of inspection of a new building prior to practical completion. The snagging process will involve inspection of the building and the compilation of a list of defects or omissions which need to be rectified by the contractor in order to fulfil the requirements of the contract. The resulting snagging list, together with any other comments, should be incorporated into a snagging report and issued to the client.'
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