To improve visibility into the costs of labor on building construction projects, Trimble has created a flexible and scalable system that is easy to deploy and one that is perfectly suited to the rigors of a construction work site.
Because labor costs can contribute up to 40% of total project costs, construction managers need to have total confidence in the sources of those costs. With Trimble CrewSight, project leaders have the ability to clearly see and analyze the actual hours crews are on site, what zones of the site crews are working and ensure that everyone on site has proper clearance to be there.
With workplace safety a growing concern among contractors, Trimble CrewSight lets you track personnel while they are on site and account for each team member when emergency situations arise. The system lets you monitor skills, qualifications and clearances to keep on-site workers safe. Depending on the needs of your work site, Trimble CrewSight can be tailored for use in traditional entry-exit areas, hard access control gates and open access zones for vehicle entry.
Used in conjunction with a project management system such as Trimble Prolog, CrewSight can enable tight tracking of progress to pinpoint discrepancies and identify opportunities to optimize the work process.
Sort and analyze a wide range of labor statistics or trends. Compliance requirements like municipal hiring, Women’s Business Enterprise and Minority Business Enterprise requirements typically require a manual process for detailed reporting. Trimble CrewSight compiles the info you need and streamlines the reporting process.
Track entry-exit of all personnel on the job site
Analyze labor data to better understand labor costs
Compare the performance of multiple work sites
Tailor the system to meet your individual requirements
Maintain Control with Trimble CrewSight
To improve visibility into the flow of labor on a work site, Trimble has created a flexible and scalable system that is easy to deploy in almost any situation. Using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to monitor access, your site can reduce safety issues, improve visibility on workforce costs and operate with improved control.
Watch the recorded webinar and learn how Trimble CrewSight will provide visibility and transparency into the jobsite workforce and provide valuable information that can be used to assess performance, evaluate progress, and make timely decisions. You’ll also learn about how integrating this information with Prolog provides additional benefits to the project team in terms of visibility, information quality, and operational efficiency.
Recorded July 14, 2015