Reduced Inefficiencies = Job Site Productivity

Efficiency is quickly becoming the mantra across construction organizations. Even minor variances in construction practices can affect profit. All components need to be designed and engineered for productivity, reliability and safety in order to meet or exceed industry standards and pass inspections. Mistakes on the job site cause delays or rework which increases overall project costs and can lead to missed deadlines:

  • Time lost when people, materials, or equipment are kept waiting
  • Poor handling of materials and equipment around a site
  • Excess materials not needed
  • Unsafe job site conditions due to improper grounding, arc flash hazards, worker injury/fatigue

Panduit can help you improve productivity, reliability and safety – with a full solution of over 30,000 available parts engineered to reduce installation time and costs, improve operational performance, and meet or exceed industry standards.

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Manage the Changing Dynamics of Your Job Site

Jeff Mehrer, Panduit Solutions Director, Industrial Construction

Jeff Mehrer, Panduit Solutions Director, Industrial Construction

One of the greatest challenges for an electrical contractor is the coordination of product flow from the suppliers to the project site. This is a direct result of the industry’s difficulty in projecting future demand based on the variability and real-time dynamics of a job site.

Industry numbers* show that only 60% of labor hours are spent on productive, direct installation. Meanwhile, 40% of labor hours are consumed by “un-productive” material handling activities. This translates to 17% of revenue dollars slipping through the fingers of the average contractor.
*Agile Construction for the Electrical Contractor

 

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Mobile Data-The Most Important Tool on Your Jobsite

Jeff Mehrer, Panduit Solutions Director, Industrial Construction

The emergence of Smartphones and Tablets has helped take many industries truly into the mobile workspace.  But it is introducing the construction trades to productivity potential beyond our wildest dreams.

The introduction of SaaS (software-as-a-service) and hosted technologies, as well as the Cloud,  have allowed contractors to broaden their workspace by providing access to data from anywhere an Internet connection is available.  Contractors are creating web portals that allow their workers to access a host of applications that are useful on the jobsite in their everyday business.

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