Construction submittal log software

Give your team the tools to work smarter.

Standardize processes to save money on every submittal.

Submittals and Transmittals

Subcontractors are responsible for generating the submittal items and packages for general contractors and architect teams to review. On a commercial construction project, it is not unusual for a subcontractor to suffer through a time-intensive, laborious process when creating thousands of submittal items. Made specifically for how subcontractors work, eSUB’s Submittals allows subcontractors to focus on the details that are most important for them to track without the complexity of GC-based systems.

Hyper-focused on Items

Subcontractors need to track submittals at a greater detail than other project stakeholders. Manage and track each item as its own entity with its own attachments, due dates, and status.

Reminders to Stay on Schedule

Set up reminders on items and packages to ensure nothing slips through the cracks, deadlines are kept, and projects keep mocing forward.

Flexible to Your Workflows

Whether you create items first and then generate your submittal package or create your package and then add your items, eSUB delivers the flexibility and simplicity to work, however you work.

Act quicker with tangible data

Search and filter your database to quickly locate larger submittals and act upon them faster. View submittals by owner, status, type, etc. to determine your own workflow.

Software purpose-built for subcontractors.

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“Implementing the eSUB platform has helped tremendously with the office to field operations.”

Dan Tagliaferri, Project Manager

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“The customer service is spot on, couldn’t be better. Highly recommend this software for all subcontractors.”

Christopher Gray, Project Manager

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“There are fundamental differences between eSUB and other general contractor-based solutions. Every feature and workflow in the GC Solution has to be adapted for us – the subcontractor.”

Meyer Sarshalom, Vice President

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