Construction reporting made easy.

Great communication can eliminate confusion and provide clarity when making important project decisions. That’s why Bridgit Bench provides you with the ability to build and export custom reports including People and Project List reports and Project Gantt and expanded Project Gantt reports.

Construction reporting software that keeps stakeholders in the know

With customizable reporting in Bridgit Bench, you’re able to effectively monitor and communicate workforce plans to keep everyone up to date. This helps keep your team aligned and allows for contributions to maximize your labor strategy.

Keep data compatible with flexible export formats

Bridgit Bench construction reporting software allows you to choose how you want your data presented, with options to export highly visual PDF reports and standard format CSV files.

Industry-standard Gantt and expanded Gantt layouts

Bridgit Bench construction project reporting services allow you to create custom Project Gantt reports to monitor your project progress, dependencies, and deadlines. You can also expand your Project Gantt for an overview of project allocations and overlapping workloads. Better clarity with the help of our construction reporting services allows you to understand how your projects and resource allocations are unfolding to ensure no one is dropping the ball.

Maintain a single source of truth with intuitive construction field reporting software

Accurate, easy-to-use construction field reporting software allows executives and stakeholders to monitor and track the progress of multiple projects at once. With the help of our construction reporting services, operations teams are also able to identify and remedy small issues before they become problematic.

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“There is a new dawn of workforce management, combining historical and situational data with experience. Bridgit Bench is your foundation to the future.”

Todd Wynne, CIO at Rogers O’Brien