Construction Management

Enhance construction oversight and streamline workflow on-site with Location Based Scheduling

Construction management with Location Based Scheduling

Optimize with Location Based Scheduling for better oversight and problem-solving

Construction management on-site face challenges in adopting Location-based Scheduling, including resistance to change, the learning curve associated with new methods and software, integrating it with existing processes, ensuring accurate and reliable data, and managing communication and collaboration among stakeholders.  

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If you’re involved in Construction Management as an architect or engineer responsible for scheduling, adopting Location-based Scheduling can significantly enhance your project oversight and issue management compared to traditional Gantt Charts. This visual method provides a comprehensive view of progress and facilitates the identification of delays and practical solutions. Even complex schedules can be condensed onto a single page.

As the on-site scheduler, you can provide Contractors and Clients with a streamlined and optimized schedule that ensures smooth workflow between different disciplines and tasks while minimizing risks. Any planning flaws or errors become easily visible and can be swiftly addressed.

If you want to learn more about the method using a more hands-on approach, you can download a free Excel Tool for location-based scheduling here.


Reduces conflicts and gains valuable data

By implementing this method, conflicts are reduced, and a positive work environment is fostered on-site. It becomes simple to visually demonstrate and communicate the consequences of delays caused by subcontractors, making it easier to handle requests or claims from contractors who may assert that they will meet deadlines despite being behind schedule. This approach enables you to verify the feasibility of their statements as soon as possible.

Moreover, this method offers valuable historical data, such as the progression rate of specific contractors. You can assess whether achieving a higher progression rate with the same number of workers is realistic. During coordination meetings, real-time projections of the schedule can be generated, enabling visualization of the ripple effects caused by delays in subsequent activities.


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Unlock the Potential of Location Based Scheduling

If you require assistance with Location-based Scheduling, seize the opportunity to revolutionize your construction projects. Embrace this powerful approach to experience heightened efficiency, cost savings, environmental sustainability, and proactive issue identification. Please don’t overlook the transformative benefits it offers. Take the crucial first step towards success by integrating Location-based Scheduling into your projects today.

Our dedicated team is prepared to lend a hand!

Kristian Birch Pedersen

Kristian Birch Pedersen

CEO and Founder

M.Sc. (CivEng), Master of IT, PhD
+45 53 55 59 19