Custom-built for the way you work, our mobile platform gives your team access to up-to-the-second information anytime, from any device. No internet? No problem. Changes will sync as soon as you reconnect.
Never wait for WIFI again with anywhere connectivity that lets you work where and when you need to, even if you’re offline, without having to worry about additional steps to get updates to the rest of your team. As soon as you’re connected again, ARC’s SKYSITE Projects automatically syncs your entire team up with you and ensures that they’re working with the latest information.
Even the most non-technical team members will ramp up quickly thanks to our simple and intuitive app design, empowering them to work smarter and increase productivity.
How much time can you really be saving if your construction management software takes your entire time out of the field and puts them into a classroom so they can learn a complicated new system? If your technology isn’t working for you, it’s probably working against you. You have enough on your plate already without having to worry about installing new software, downtime for updates, and lengthy training and support sessions. ARC Projects was developed by a team of industry experts to offer you the solutions you really need to streamline your projects from concept to closeout to win more jobs, reduce rework and overtime, and avoid cost overruns.
Eliminate the costly mistakes associated with outdated project information. With real-time sync tools, everyone is always on the same page.
Nobody on your team wants to deal with errors or rework, even though the industry has become resigned to accepting it. According to the Q4 2017 USG & CCI Commercial Construction Index, a mere 11% of contractors consider jobsites to be very efficient, with 29% citing jobsite logistics, such as materials management and communications networks, as a top issue impacting efficiency. In an industry of increasingly complex projects and shrinking profit margins, productivity is crucial; it is also, lamentably, declining in certain markets. More than 50% of rework is attributable to miscommunication, document control deficiencies, and insufficient project data. Industry professionals who refuse to accept inefficiencies as par for the course remain ahead of the curve by embracing technology and making it an integral part of their workflow, reducing rework and significantly improving profit margins.