Worker Productivity Case Study

Turnstiles have proven to be an ineffective way to track workers. It does not account for groups in vehicles, missing check-ins, and in the case of shared contractors in divested sites,; knowing who exactly is working for what company, what work they’re doing, and if they’re being productive. The inability to accurately track billable hours…

Beating the Low Construction Productivity Trap

“Engineering and construction companies suffer from low margins and relatively low productivity. They can do better.” According to McKinsey’s 2016 “Beating the Low Productivity Trap” report, it will take roughly $57 trillion in infrastructure investments by 2030 to keep up with the global economy. This translates into roughly 4 percent annual growth for engineering and…