Following a successful three-month pilot program, the contractor realized an influx of data that illustrated how the site functioned daily, from the instant the first worker stepped foot on the site to the end of the workday.
With its sustained use of A2 Analytics, the contractor can flow actual hours worked and reported through to their BIM and accounting modules, which allows for near real-time progress reports against plan documents with no need for manual entry.
This process saves significant effort and provides a more detailed and up-to-date look at true progress on a job site and creates more accurate estimates as more data is collected.
In addition to personnel, A2 Analytics also tracks equipment utilization and location, as well as operator identification.
With our technology and Bluetooth tags, valuable equipment can be tracked for usage and location, allowing the contractor to keep an inventory of its job site without needing to stop progress.
By integrating badging tied to a human resources file, the company is also able to quickly ensure operators are properly licensed, certified and able to safely operate the machine.
Tying it all together, custom A2 Analytics dashboards on company-wide connected devices ensure that management away from a job site can stay in the loop on how many workers are at a job site, where they are working at any time, and what equipment is being utilized, all with the backing of ultra-precise data.