Commercial structures, public buildings, infrastructure projects, new housing developments, and even renovations often require multiple workers, and several types of equipment, vehicles, and storage containers. GPS (Global Positioning System) vehicle tracking devices that include fleet management software offer a box full of automated, electronic tools to help with equipment and personnel management. >> Continue Reading

An important part of managing a construction site includes maintaining compliance with regulatory authorities, local ordinances, and site-specific customer requirements. It is up to site supervisors to convey any restrictions to the team on-site, but enforcing these restrictions is not always a simple task. Using a GPS vehicle tracking system to ensure compliance will help make employees accountable for their actions, and help ensure that managers maintain a compliant work site. >> Continue Reading

Fleet tracking systems can be used to monitor vehicles, heavy equipment, and employees who use these valuable assets. Keeping your construction team accountable for their actions can be difficult, especially since you can’t be everywhere at once. However, fleet tracking systems offer features that allow you to keep an eye on all of your operations, no matter where you are. >> Continue Reading