Automated Workforce Monitor Service Initiated at Baltimore and Washington, DC Construction Projects

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RFID-based service to provide real-time information on who comes and goes from three new recently started construction sites.

Workforce Monitor portal at work in Washington, DC

These awards highlight the increasing rate of adoption we have been experiencing in recent months.

ADR Software, LLC today announced that it had been awarded assignments to provide its proprietary Workforce Monitor service at three new projects in the Washington, DC and Baltimore, Maryland metro areas.

In Washington, DC, ADR was awarded assignments by Grunley Construction to provide real-time workforce monitoring service at two projects at American University. The projects will be monitored by ADR's Workforce Monitor service for a period of nine to twelve month based on projected construction completion dates.

In Baltimore, Maryland, ADR was awarded an assignment by RAM-KBE Joint Venture to provide real-time workforce monitoring and local employment initiative analysis at the Baltimore Learning Center under the oversight of East Baltimore Development, Inc. The projects will be monitored by ADR's Workforce Monitor service for a period of twelve to fourteen months based on the projected construction completion date.

"We are pleased to add both Grunley Construction and RAM-KBE to our client list," said Bruce Labovitz, President of ADR Software, LLC. "We are looking forward to adding value to these prestigious and highly visible projects. Workforce Monitor is changing the way general contractors manage labor and manpower and these awards highlight the increasing rate of adoption we have been experiencing in recent months."

Workforce Monitor is a service of ADR Software, LLC headquartered in Reston, Virginia. General contractors, owners, project managers and sub-contractors use the service to provide real-time workforce visibility, to empower real-time workforce decision making, to provide invaluable project workforce documentation, to improve safety awareness and response readiness and to manage risk. Workforce Monitor utilizes RFID tags, embedded in all-weather job stickers affixed to hard hats and ID badges, to monitor workforce traffic without delays, interruptions or inconsistencies. Workforce Monitor is currently monitoring for over 40,000 workers at construction sites throughout the United States. ADR Software, LLC can be reached at (703) 230-2588.

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