Bridgit Field: Software superintendents love
Affordable time savings
According to Andrew Sills, a project manager for Hodges & Hicks General Contractors, there are two major barriers for getting buy-in from site superintendents: cost and complexity. When choosing new software for his projects, Sills kept those roadblocks top of mind. The reason he chose Bridgit Field because of its affordable price tag, and time-saving potential. The punch list process Sills' team had to deal with in the past was less than ideal. By the time it was all said and done, they had a list of 300 items that they needed to organize in an Excel file before it could be send out.
Superintendents love the simplicity
The superintendents that worked with Sills on the two projects that he brought Bridgit Field on to appreciated using a punch list app that was easy to learn and simple to use. Not only did they love the app because it made things easier for them, but also because it holds everybody accountable. No one gets away with skipping any of their items because everything is well-documented, and It helps his team get everything done quicker and more efficiently.
For Sills, getting buy-in was easy - he just showed them the platform. He downloaded the app, sat their superintendent down, and showed him how to use it. He took a picture, circled something on it, clicked the room number they were sitting in, assigned a subcontractor, and created the punch list item.
Sill recalls his superintendent’s reaction: "Wow, that's super easy.” At that point, Sills went on to show him the automated subcontractor communication and reporting features.
Tasks is a time-saver
If you can clearly highlight the benefits of learning a new a software solution by showing your site team how simple it is to use - they will appreciate it. For example, it was easy for Sills to show his superintendent the benefits of automating subcontractor communication. You don't have to have the arguments. You don't have to walk the job with every subcontractor, 10 times a day. It's on your own schedule, and Tasks in Bridgit Field doesn't allow anybody to forget anything because it's all automated and online.
Sills said that on average, he’s probably saving at least 20 hours or more for his team and his superintendents. People are no longer walking around with folded up punch lists where they have 300 items, but only 10 of them are theirs.
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