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Targeted planning with Contakt

11.03.2020 | Austria
The jobsite platform Contakt supports you in increasing productivity and transparency. A Tyrolean construction company uses this solution in the construction process of their new office building.

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The use of Contakt for higher productivity comes just in time in this case, as there is great time pressure. How the use of Contakt works in this pilot project? You can find out here:

After software training, the work planner creates planning for the next days using Contakt. The foreman then takes these cycles to the morning meeting. The crews receive their work packages on the smartphone and work through this task by task. Thanks to the clear assignment of tasks, all work steps are coordinated. Everyone knows which cycles are being worked on.

The photos of reinforcement and concreting scaffolding are automatically saved in the daily construction progress and thus support the foreman in his logging work. The concreted wall sections from the previous day are struck, and the finished units are moved for the next cycles. The sensors remain on the formwork and report their position and location. They also continuously measure progress. This real-time data provides the person in charge of construction with a valuable basis for making decisions for subsequent cycles.

Thanks to the information obtained in real-time, construction companies can plan the demand for both personnel and material resources daily.

Would you also like to control your construction sites proactively? Get more information about Contakt.

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