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DAVIS taps Job Site Resourcing for crane, hoist bookings

March 31, 2022  By Canada News Wire

Latium Tech has announced that DAVIS Construction, an ENR top 400 contractor, has selected Job Site Resourcing, a product within the Job Site Insights family of products, to optimize scheduling for major projects.

With Job Site Resourcing (JSR), DAVIS looks to streamline and provide transparency to the booking process for the delivery and storage of materials while maximizing utilization of project resources including elevators, loading docks, staging areas and material handling equipment like cranes and hoists while simplifying the approvals of booking requests across its projects.

“Job Site Insights and its growing family of integrated applications like JSR is the leading smart construction evolution in the industry. Reducing costly rework, improving build quality, and making improvements to productivity and efficiency by empowering the jobsite and subtrades through proactive scheduling, we are rewriting the history book of how construction is done today, said Mark Bryant, Latium Tech’s CEO. “Improving productivity and enhancing digitization at the workface of construction is critical in today’s cost competitive construction environments.”

“The best thing about Jobsite Resourcing is site control – to approve or deny requests to use project resources as needed. We use it on our jobsite for 20-to-30 subs at one time” said Ryan Adler, project superintendent at Davis Construction. “It’s a great thing to know when and who is bringing in a delivery, knowing we can override or deny a delivery, and can block out a time as needed to enable reservations to use… for example the elevator if you’ve scheduled your own deliveries. Equally it’s convenient that reservations can be made on somebody else’s behalf.”


Andrew Giacco, project engineer at Davis added “One of my favourite features is the self-service capability for subs to make their own online reservation requests.”


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