Keep a record of everything that happens on your job site with easy to use field reporting tools.
Every detail is tracked in ProjectTeam.com
Track daily project information such as equipment, manpower, and weather while you are out in the field or back in the office. Add progress photos, safety violations, daily project bulletins, and more to memorialize every event on your projects.
There is no limit to the amount of detail you can include in each field report entry. Fill out text fields, table fields, date fields, and more to keep everything organized.
Every update on every field report is tracked in the activity panel of each entry. You always have a clear understanding of who made each change and when they did so.
Take pictures from the field and they automatically upload to your field report. All photos are also organized in a general photos area making them easy to find later.
Upload attachments on your field reports providing extra detail about the day. Drag and drop helpful PDFs, spreadsheets, office documents, and more.
Clone to the next day
Information from one day can be cloned to the next day and edited to make it easier to track similar data. Update manpower, equipment, and weather all in one go.
Customized to your job
Add custom fields to your field reports to ensure every important detail is tracked on your project. Drag and drop to reorder fields and add security permissions.
Share field reports with other users and engage them using @ comments. Scroll through the comments section to understand the full picture of the day.
Users can reference other form types such as inspections, RFIs, submittals, potential change orders, and more creating links that help keep everything in one spot.
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