Construction Management Software

Track project progress, connect your team and solve
problems for high-quality results, every time


Over 120,000 users across 75+ countries are eliminating paperwork with PlanRadar

Complete site management in one platform

Increase productivity

Increase productivity Stay on schedule during construction with live project progress updates, enabling you to adapt your plan from day to day.

Link the office to project site

Link the office to project site Oversee and document progress on-site via a mobile app built for construction project management.

Confidently manage build quality

Confidently manage build quality – Reduce errors and re-work with standard quality assurance forms, checklists, and reports.

We are very impressed with the ease of use on the go and the good clarity in the app. The 3D view and easy navigation within BIM models enable faster and more detailed identification and communication of facts.

Track construction progress

Track construction progress

Quickly identify problems and monitor project progress on the construction plan.

  • Transparent tasks – View completed or overdue activities with real-time status updates.
  • On-plan pins – Construction activity pinned to 2D plans or BIM models for instant understanding.
  • Photo & media documentation – Audio, photo, video, text notes, and chat history stored in one platform.
  • Scheduling – Create a Gantt chart with all project phases and tasks to easily oversee progress.
Connect and collaborate with the whole team

Connect and collaborate with the whole team

Mobile communication designed for construction sites makes sure all team members understand what needs to get done.

  • In-app chat & push notifications – Connect team members on-site and in the office to ensure fast decision-making.
  • Free subcontractor accounts – Track 100% of your communication, even with external contractors.
  • Support 15+ languages – Empower your team to work efficiently in their language of choice
Solve problems for a seamless build

Solve problems for a seamless build

Standardise quality inspection processes and create data consistency for improved build quality.

  • Standard checklists – Inspect the same way, every time – review hundreds of items in a single form, accessible by the whole team.
  • Document damage on-site – Create and update your punch list while on the construction site using any mobile device.
  • Offline mode – Collect data in any environment and sync as soon as your device is online again.
Construction Progress Reports and Daily Field Reports

Construction Progress Reports and Daily Field Reports

Generate reports directly from the construction site – eliminate post-site processing of field reports, progress reports and more.

  • Standard field reports – Templates export daily work into formats that meet internal standards or client requirements.
  • Instant sharing – Complete progress reports or build handover reports on-site and share them from your mobile device.
  • Digital audit trail – Keep a complete record of reports and logs on-hand in case of claims.

How PlanRadar’s Construction Management App benefits you:

Increased productivity.

Increased productivity. Have the latest blueprints, documents and updates at your fingertips, saving hours on locating information.

Reduced re-work.

Reduced re-work. Prevent errors by standardising work orders and inspection processes.

Remote working.

Remote working. Manage and sign off completed work from any location.

Manage your team with confidence.

Manage your team with confidence. Permissions settings keep team members focused on the information they need.

Secure data and file storage.

Secure data and file storage. No more lost documents, keep everything in the Cloud.

Deliver high-quality projects.

Deliver high-quality projects. Manage all workflows, from punch lists to handovers to claims management and more.

Solutions for Construction Management

Task management

Task management

Assign tasks & set deadlines directly in the app, with subcontractors updating tasks for free.

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Punch lists

Punch lists

Build your punch list on a mobile device from the construction site. Export items and updates into punch list report templates at the touch of a button.

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Site inspections & safety audits

Site inspections & safety audits

Keep your process simple with flexible checklists – from OSHA regulations to COVID-19 compliance and more, use your time on-site efficiently.

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What is construction management software?

Construction management software is a term that refers to software solutions that are designed to support the construction industry. Although features can vary between companies, the goal is to maximise resources, simplify processes and eliminate paperwork. As a result, it can have major benefits in terms of efficiency and build quality.

Construction software can be used for different types of projects, from housebuilding or refurbishments to major engineering projects like tunnels or motorways.

These are the most common features that you’ll find when looking for software for construction management:

  • Documentation management
  • Communication tools
  • Scheduling and task management
  • Tracking and reporting
  • Mobile capabilities

The best construction software options offer users multiple features that can be used in all kinds of scenarios. They also offer users the ability to customise features to meet their business needs. Finally, they should also empower managers to oversee all activity via statistics and secure record-keeping.

PlanRadar is one of the best software solutions for construction. It offers users all 5 of the above-mentioned features via both a user-friendly web interface and an intuitive mobile app. That means you can work wherever you need to, with access to all your projects in the office or at the construction site.

Read more about our construction management software.

It’s not always easy to introduce new technology to a business. Construction is one of the most traditional industries, but it’s also one that could benefit the most by using technology. Many companies still manage highly complicated projects using only Microsoft Excel or even paper forms and snagging lists. While that might work for small projects, it’s a risky strategy when working on large projects.

Project management software makes it easy to visualise progress on construction projects of any size. As a result, you can manage resources and make changes as soon as you see something is going wrong. By managing these situations quickly, you can prevent mistakes while bringing in your projects on-time and on-budget. Using project management software for construction, you give your company the edge in a competitive industry.

From digital reporting tools to better supplier management, there are many ways to further enhance quality in construction using construction project management software. With construction quality management software like PlanRadar, you get access to tools that support quality assurance processes. Everyone working on a project gets access to a powerful app on their smartphone or desktop which helps you to meet quality standards.

Read more to discover the specific features that support quality assurance.

For years, we have had the option to use technology for monitoring building site progress from a distance, but few companies used it to its full potential. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed remote construction monitoring into the mainstream – just like remote working more generally.

PlanRadar can help with remote progress monitoring in three ways:

  • Remote sign-off of completed work
  • Communication with on-site staff
  • Central filing of site diaries and other key reports

Read more about remote monitoring of construction sites.

PlanRadar has many features that make it one of the best software solutions for the construction industry. Firstly, it is incredibly easy to use. Our users report that subcontractors need less than 10 minutes of training to use PlanRadar’s app to track their work on-site. Secondly, PlanRadar makes it simple to generate all kinds of construction reports in attractive PDF templates that can be customised with your company logo. Our customers find that they can easily save several hours a week on paperwork alone as a result of the reporting features.

Third, PlanRadar offers free subcontractor and watcher accounts, so you don’t have to pay for additional licenses if you want to connect subcontractors and other project stakeholders.

Unlike other construction project management software, PlanRadar works well on laptops, tablets, and smartphones. There are versions for iOS, Android and Windows and all versions enable you to work from 2D plans and BIM models. You don’t have to take our word for it, try PlanRadar free today!

PlanRadar’s construction project management platform is suitable for general contractors and construction companies of all sizes. However, smaller firms have to be more careful with their investments. That’s why PlanRadar works well for small businesses, with prices starting from $32/month for a basic plan. Even with a basic plan, you can grant an unlimited number of subcontractors free access to a project, making it an extremely cost-effective solution compared to our competitors. Larger companies should get in touch for a custom quotation.

Yes! Users can try PlanRadar free for 30 days, which should give you time to test our construction management software on live projects alongside your existing methods. We also offer personalised consultations, where our dedicated team will show you how to get the best out of PlanRadar.

During your free trial, feel free to add subcontractors or other project members to your project so that you can collect their feedback. We’ll send you a reminder email before your free trial ends and if you decide not to subscribe to a package, you can download any project information you added to our platform. Your account will expire automatically and we won’t charge you a cent.

Yes, PlanRadar offers an open API and webhooks. If there’s a specific integration that you’re looking for, we can work together to achieve what you need. For plan management and document sharing, PlanRadar also integrates with Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive.

Yes! We have 11 offices across Europe with local teams to support your experience. We also work with verified Sales Partners in dozens of countries around the world, making sure that our customers are almost always able to speak to experts in their own language. You can get in touch with one of our international teams for a personal consultation.

Key Terms – Construction Management


A formal proposal submitted by a contractor or supplier to undertake a construction project or provide specific services or materials.

The process of managing changes to a project scope, including assessing the impact, obtaining approvals, and implementing the changes effectively.

A written document that modifies the scope, schedule, or contract price of a construction project.

The process of identifying, evaluating, and resolving claims or disputes that arise during a construction project.

The degree to which a project design can be successfully constructed, considering factors such as feasibility, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness.

The practice of planning, coordinating, and overseeing construction projects from start to finish, ensuring adherence to budget, schedule, and quality requirements.

A project management technique used to schedule activities and determine the longest sequence of dependent tasks, which determines the project’s overall duration.

Defect management refers to the process of identifying, documenting, and resolving any defects or deficiencies in construction projects. Also known as snagging.

A project management technique that combines measurements of project scope, schedule, and cost to evaluate project performance and forecast future progress.

A visual representation of a project schedule that illustrates the start and end dates of tasks and their dependencies.

The primary contractor responsible for overseeing and coordinating all aspects of a construction project, including managing subcontractors and suppliers. Also known as a Head Contractor or Lead Contractor.

Green building, also known as sustainable building or eco-friendly construction, refers to the practice of designing, constructing, and operating buildings with a focus on reducing environmental impact, conserving resources, and promoting occupant health and well-being.

An inspection checklist is a tool used to systematically assess and evaluate the quality, compliance, and safety aspects of a construction project or specific construction activity.

Procurement refers to the process of acquiring goods, services, or works needed for a construction project.

A checklist of minor tasks, repairs, or finishing touches that need to be completed before a project is considered officially finished and accepted.

Quality assurance is a set of planned and systematic activities implemented throughout a construction project to ensure that the desired quality standards are met.

The process of ensuring that construction activities, materials, and workmanship meet the specified standards and requirements.

A formal document issued by a contractor or subcontractor to request clarification or additional information from the project owner or design team regarding project specifications or plans.

A formal invitation issued by a project owner to potential contractors, soliciting detailed proposals that outline the approach, schedule, and cost for a construction project.

A schedule refers to a detailed plan that outlines the sequence of activities, tasks, and milestones to be accomplished during the course of a construction project.

A site diary, also called a construction diary or field diary, is a document maintained by construction personnel to record daily activities, observations, events, and site conditions.

Stakeholders are individuals or entities who have an interest or influence in a construction project. They can include project owners, investors, designers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, government agencies, end-users, and the local community.

A company or individual hired by the general contractor to perform specific portions of the work outlined in the construction contract.

The process of submitting and reviewing documents, samples, and shop drawings from contractors, suppliers, or manufacturers to ensure compliance with project requirements.

A systematic approach to optimize project costs while maintaining or improving its quality, functionality, and performance.

The process of comparing actual project performance against the planned or budgeted values to identify and address deviations or variances.

A written guarantee provided by a contractor, supplier, or manufacturer that promises to repair or replace any defects or deficiencies in their work or supplied materials within a specified period.

A hierarchical breakdown of a construction project into smaller, manageable components or tasks, which facilitates project planning, scheduling, and resource allocation.

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