In the context of construction site coordination, also known as construction site management, there are already many sub-steps that have been digitized or can be digitized. For others, however, implementation strategies are still lacking. An important example of this is the documentation of work. This is usually required in paper form, often in triplicate. In addition to sustainability aspects due to high paper consumption, the question also arises in terms of efficiency as to what extent this process is still up to date. A digital alternative would save considerable time.
But there is also room for improvement in other areas, such as the recording of wage hours on construction sites. Time sheets filled out by hand slow down the process and create a confusing situation that is hard for accounting to track later.