ADR Completes 10-Month Workforce Monitoring Assignment at Large Government Construction Project in Arlington, Virginia

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Workforce Monitor tracks 2,296 workers from 181 companies for over 500,000 hours on site.

ADR Workforce Dashboard is available at anytime from anywhere on any mobile device

ADR Workforce Dashboard running on a mobile device

Workforce Monitor tirelessly logged nearly 2,300 workers from over 181 companies using our advanced RFID-enabled monitoring stations. We are proud of the work we did on this project.

ADR Software, LLC, manager of the Workforce Monitor construction site labor monitoring service, today announced that it had successfully completed a 10-month assignment at a large scale government facility improvement project in Arlington, Virginia.

"For nearly ten months our system provided workforce information and analysis to the general contractor managing the project. The system tirelessly logged nearly 2,300 workers from over 181 companies using our advanced RFID-enabled monitoring stations. We produced daily workforce reports by shift with a cumulative time-logged-to-date total each day. We also generated reports on specific sub-contractor resources and hours throughout our time on site when issues or questions arose. We are proud of the work we did on this project and are pleased to have contributed to this important effort."

Workforce Monitor is a service of ADR Software, LLC. 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 17,000 workers at numerous construction sites throughout the United States.

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