The Cost of Bad Field Data

The Cost of Bad Field Data

Bad data leads to contentious labor disputes and costly project delays.

In 2017, construction costs in the US exceeded more than $1 Trillion. Labor represents approximately half of all construction costs. That’s six million tradespeople, at a cost of nearly $500 billion, who are all being tracked and managed with punch cards and clipboards.

Inaccurate data leads to project delays and contentious and costly labor disputes. Accurate and transparent management of onsite trade resources can improve project reporting, reduce the cost and consequences of disputes, help keep projects on schedule, and reduce overall project risk.

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