ADR Continues its Strong Growth in the DC-Metro Area

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ADR installs its Workforce Monitor service at three new sites in the DC-Metro Area

Workers entering through an ADR Portal.

"With ADR’s Workforce Monitor, we immediately saw a significant savings in our bottom line while eliminating the line and gaining online access to our labor information in real-time," stated Aubrey Shapiro, Project Engineer with Shapiro & Duncan.

ADR Software, LLC, an innovative provider of automated workforce monitoring and daily reporting to construction companies, has installed its Workforce Monitor service at three new sites in the Washington, D.C. metro area this summer.

The first is at INOVA Fairfax Hospital in Fairfax, VA with Shapiro & Duncan Mechanical Contractors. Shapiro & Duncan are taking advantage of Workforce Monitor’s free flowing bi-directional entry portal, to more efficiently record the comings and goings of all employees on the job site. According to Aubrey Shapiro, Project Engineer with Shapiro & Duncan, ADR’s Workforce Monitor System provided several advantages. “Previously, with the old time card system, our 150 employees would be waiting in a 5-15 minute line to clock in and the same amount of time to clock out. This was costing us about $1,500 a day not including the loss in productivity. With ADR’s Workforce Monitor, we immediately saw a significant savings in our bottom line while eliminating the line and gaining online access to our labor information in real-time.”

The second site that ADR has initiated its Workforce Monitor service on is at Ballou High School in Southeast D.C. with Hess Construction. This is ADR’s first project with Hess. “We are excited to be part of such an important public project in our local community,” said Marty Pollak, President of ADR Software. “Workforce Monitor’s ability to track all traffic on the job will help to ensure the safety of individuals working on site along with project’s local community." Additionally, ADR installed a display screen in the Hess field trailer to display the site’s dashboard of its real-time labor counts by subcontractor to help Hess manage its day-to-day operations.

Across town, ADR seamlessly installed an interior portal for a renovation project at 1800K St NW with Forrester Construction Company. The project owner requested real-time visibility into the project’s labor and ADR was a perfect match to help achieve this goal. “ADR is thrilled to be supporting Forrester’s project team to provide additional insight into the labor on its project in real-time,” said Patrick Thomas, an original member of ADR, “this also helps to ensure that the project will finish on time and under budget.”

About ADR Software:    
Headquartered in Sterling, VA, ADR Software employs RFID technology to automate the process of monitoring the construction workforce and produces automated daily reports (ADR) for commercial construction companies. ADR’s Workforce Monitor™ service provides a turnkey solution that general contractors and project owners use to collect, document, and evaluate complex manpower information in real-time. ADR’s service has been adopted by many of the Engineering News-Report (ENR) Top 50 general contractors.

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