The rewards from using ProperGate go all the way down the supply chain, from investors and general contractors to subcontractors and suppliers.
Projects are more likely to finish on time and to budget, and with greater predictability.
A smaller investment is required to build, making more projects viable.
Subcontractors don’t end up in a final-phase rush, leading to higher build quality and happier residents.
Sustainability is enhanced, improving the company’s reputation, and making it much easier to acquire those crucial LEED and BREEAM certificates.
New, high-quality data flows out, which can be integrated with BIM and business intelligence software, helping investors stay nimble and make better decisions.
ProperGate facilitates social distancing, helping developers keep building sites open while minimising the risk to workers.
Projects are more likely to finish on time and to budget, and with greater predictability. This increases profits, reduces the risk of penalties from investors, and enhances the company's status.
Control over projects is greatly enhanced, reducing on-site chaos and stress, and making lean construction and just-in-time delivery possible.
Subcontractors don’t end up in a final-phase rush, leading to higher build quality.
Communication with subcontractors and suppliers is improved, resulting in healthier working relationships.
Sustainability is improved, reducing the risk of accidents, enhancing the company's reputation and making it easier to conform to municipal waste requirements.
New, high-quality data becomes available, meaning problems can be spotted in real time, and more effective tactical and strategic decisions can be made.
ProperGate helps facilitate social distancing and removes single points of failure, keeping workers safe, and reducing project risk.
Work is more likely to finish on time and to budget.
Greater predictability means staff and equipment can be optimised.
Better communication with suppliers results in better relationships.
Pressure at the end of the project is reduced, leading to improved work quality. This increases the likelihood of job acceptance, enhancing the company’s reputation.
Improved materials handling protocols means fewer damaged or lost items, fewer project delays and safer conditions for workers.
ProperGate helps facilitate social distancing, keeping workers safe and reducing project risk.
Fewer, shorter journeys of greater predictability – facilitated with sitemaps – means the usage of vehicles, drivers and fuel can be optimised, saving time and money.
Communication with subcontractors is simplified and more organised, leading to fewer misunderstandings and healthier working relationships.
The ability to give precise unloading information to the crew means less waste and spoilage, and fewer disagreements.
Better handling protocols leads to the improved quality of installed materials.
The optimisation of deliveries leads to a reduction in CO2, and also in wastage from damaged materials.
Contactless deliveries including QR codes and electronic manifests mean drivers can practise social distancing.
Time-slot booking of resources reduces time pressures and prevents workers using faulty equipment.
Easy access to supplier unloading instructions reduces accidents due to guesswork and misinformation.
Enhanced storage logistics reduces trip hazards and other accident risks related to materials storage.
Greater transparency means accurate, real-time information about planned deliveries is always available.
A reduction in the on-street queuing of delivery vehicles means fewer potential off-site incidents.
Greater predictability of on-site traffic means fewer accidents from stressed drivers.
Contactless communications enables workers to practice social distancing.
The new role of logistics coordinator opens up brand new job opportunities and career paths.
Professionals can do their jobs better and with a greater sense of control resulting in less stress and greater job satisfaction.
Modern working methods such as just-in-time delivery and lean construction become possible – so you can put these theories into action.
Coming soon: ProperGate's academy trains professionals in construction logistics, and connects them with potential employers – giving you a direct path from education to career.
Digitalised logistics means you can do your job while maintaining a safe distance from others.
Proper scheduling means fewer traffic issues, including a reduction in journeys and on-street queuing and unloading.
Emissions of CO2 and other pollutants are reduced, waste is minimised (with recycling and reuse encouraged), and detailed reporting means companies can better comply with local regulations.
Reduced end-of-project time pressures lead to higher quality buildings.
ProperGate helps construction companies to work safely, protecting society as a whole.
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