ADR Software Initiates Workforce Monitoring Service at Large Washington, DC Construction Projects

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ADR contracts to provide Workfroce Monitoring Service to Whiting-Turner at GSA Headquarters project and Hensel Phelps at DC Marriott Marquis Hotel project

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Workforce Monitor Service from ADR Software

Workforce Monitor was selected based on our service-oriented business model and our ability to provide real-time, cross-trade accountability for workers on a construction site.

ADR Software of Reston, Virginia today announced contracts to provide Workforce Monitoring service at GSA Headquarters and the DC Marriott Marquis projects, two large construction projects in downtown Washington, DC.

"Workforce Monitor was selected based on our service-oriented business model and our ability to provide real-time, cross-trade accountability for workers on a construction site," said Bruce Labovitz, co-founder and President of ADR Software. "General contractors and owners want to know who came on site, who's still on site and how long they spent on site. The ability to make real-time decisions about manpower and pro-actrively manage workforce has a huge impact on schedule compliance and the timely delivery of a construction project. And in the unlikely event of an accident or site evacuation, having a real-time accounting of who’s on site at your fingertips can prove to be invaluable. We are proud to have been selected by such distinguished general contractors and owners to provide workforce monitoring on such impressive job sites."

Workforce Monitor is a service of ADR Software. General contractors, owners, project managers and sub-contractors use the service to empower real-time workforce decision making, to provide invaluable project workforce documentation, to improve safety awareness and response readiness and ultimately to manage risk.

Workforce Monitor utilizes RFID tags, embedded in stickers affixed to hard hats and ID badges, to monitor workforce traffic without delays, interruptions or intrusions. Workforce Monitor is currently monitoring over 15,000 workers at numerous construction sites throughout the United States.

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