Procore's Site Diary Tool is much more than just field notes. Procore offers a more powerful construction software solution for project managers who need to keep track of every detail including, but not limited to, labour, communication, equipment, materials, and job site events each and every day.
Procore begins the site diary entry by automatically logging and archiving the daily weather report for the job site. All weather information can be supplemented by manual input in the event that site-specific conditions do not exactly match the weather feed.
The Site Diary also displays your pre-programmed tasks for the day. A site manager can accomplish his or her construction project management duties by simply filling in task details, including which subcontractors showed up on the job site, how long those subcontractors worked for, and what percentage of each task was completed. Procore is tightly integrated with Microsoft Project, and also supports popular construction project programming software formats from vendors such as Primavera and AEC.
Using a simple drag-and-drop interface, users can configure the Site Diary within Procore and specify which sections are displayed, and in which order they should appear. Procore's Site Diary Tool has dynamic filtering and search capabilities, allowing you to report on any register. Need to know the number of man hours used in past weeks and which vendors performed the work? Procore's Site Diary allows you to quickly gather this information to report, print, or export to a spreadsheet.
All information contained in Procore's Site Diary Tool is automatically archived and saved to multiple server hard drives. Your site diary entries can be exported as PDF files as well.
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