Following long-term research and field-testing of mobile field management platforms, Pennsylvania-based Wohlsen Construction Company recently signed a three-year partnership with FieldLens, a construction industry mobile communication app developer.
Wohlsen's technology and operations teams considered several mobile technology alternatives and eventually singled out FieldLens for its proven capacity to simplify communication, improve documentation and capture critical field information with precision.
“FieldLens provides our teams with a tool that offers them structure in an unstructured environment,” Wohlsen IT Director Ed McCauley said. “They encounter a tremendous amount of ‘stuff’ throughout the course of a day; and by using FieldLens to quickly capture, track and communicate critical task, our project teams are able to keep their projects moving forward. It's important that we outfit our team members with the best tool to do their jobs effectively, and that tool is FieldLens.”
Wohlsen offers construction management, general contracting and design/build services throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, focusing on senior living, education, health care and commercial markets.
FieldLens’ platform offers a way to simplify construction team procedures for logging, tracking jobs, staying on top of safety issues and reviewing drawings. The application’s ability to eliminate accidental duplication of data, its novel Drawings with LiveLayer feature—which connects construction drawings to realtime conversations happening on jobsites—and its interactive capabilities with Wohlsen’s existing Bluebeam software, ultimately won Wohlsen over.
“Our team is very excited to be partnering with Wohlsen Construction Company and to deliver a superior communication experience to their project teams,” FieldLens CEO Doug Chambers said. “On a personal level, I’m incredibly proud to call Wohlsen a partner, and I look forward to working with their team to ensure FieldLens helps make their projects as successful as possible."
Wohlsen Construction Company has offices in Lancaster, Harrisburg and Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; New Castle, Delaware; Baltimore, Maryland; and Parsippany, New Jersey.
“In their 125 years in business, Wohlsen has demonstrated a commitment to innovation for the sake of providing value to their clients, and we are glad that FieldLens has been chosen as their tool of choice for managing how Wohlsen project teams communicate on the jobsite,” Chambers said.
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