You’re stuck at home, or in the car, or in an airport. So,how do you keep on top of what’s happening at one of your projects? This isn’t simply an issue for our current COVID-impacted times, this issue has existed for decades. Contractors and health and safety managers are heavily dependent on past information: daily reports, headcounts, and progress updates. Right now, it’s more difficult than ever to get these reports or understand what is happening in an ever-changing environment, both on and off the site. You need to understand if a contractor has arrived on site as it happens, not tomorrow or a week from now.
Are your profit margins running a little thin? Are you finding those margins getting eaten away? Your manual construction layout tools – tape measure, string, levels, measuring rods and more – are likely to blame. Every time you turn a knob, make a mark with your pen, or make an off-the-cuff calculation, you’re risking human