Work site monitoring has several objectives:
• To provide the necessary guidance for smooth operation of a work site. Several elements are taken into account: planning, meetings, and operations.
• To empower each person working on the site.
• To optimise work site flows: saving time, avoiding delays, etc.
All these objectives concern multiple people and multiple trades within a company: work supervisors, operations managers, etc.
Monitoring is prepared upstream and enables better site management, in line with the following steps:
• A presentation of site objectives and work supervision.
• Specific objectives on the work site: deadlines, prices, etc.
• Definition of the missions and roles of the different stakeholders and trades intervening on the work site.
• Work and task planning: setting up schedules (workers, equipment).
• Work site pricing (workers, machines, supplies).
• Anticipation of site problems as quickly as possible.
Dispatcher was created thanks to an observation: work site monitoring was no longer in keeping with current expectations and objectives.
After a number of surveys and meetings with players in the sector, it was clear that the resources available to companies for efficient work site monitoring and management had become inadequate and obsolete.
Dispatcher therefore came into being with a very simple objective: to coordinate completion of the various construction stages.
No more Excel tables, paper documents, and lengthy processes. Dispatcher offers construction and public works stakeholders the means to track their work site on their smartphones and online, with all the resulting benefits:
• Time savings.
• Better traceability.
The aim is to help optimise the productivity of construction companies, by offering them a solution adapted to the new needs of the sector.
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