Replace reports with real-time insights

Site team updates don’t tell you everything. When today’s status report gives you yesterday’s facts, change the game with real-time data from PlanRadar.

Over 150,000 users across 75+ countries are eliminating paperwork with PlanRadar

Honest data when you need it most

View, segment and export live project data at any time

View, segment and export live project data at any time

You see all the data that matters most to you, whether you’re in the office or on-site.

Unfiltered, unedited and never out of date

Unfiltered, unedited and never out of date

Information is tamperproof and date- and time-stamped, meaning you always get the unfiltered truth.

No waiting for reports, no unexpected surprises

No waiting for reports, no unexpected surprises

Access the information you need at any time during a project, no more waiting on other people.

Eliminate out of date status reports

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Actionable Insights

Actionable Insights

Identify opportunities and issues instantly to inform decision-making and take fast action.

You can avoid mounting costs and delays, but only when you can see them coming.

Real-time Dashboards

Real-time Dashboards

No more waiting for weekly status reports – insights are always at your fingertips.

Don’t be last to know what is going on at your project site. Track each phase from day 1.

Truthful Reporting

Truthful Reporting

Avoid smoke and mirrors – get completely accurate updates from the project site.

Whether you need a high-level overview or all the gritty details, it’s there for you to see.

Benefits of PlanRadar’s construction insights


1. Track project progress in real-time and on-the-go, no need for reports


2. Use site data to support key decisions


3. Identify problems before they get too large to fix

PlanRadar allows us to share information across all of our teams instantly, and when people have the information they need, they’re empowered to make the right decisions.

Alex Banks, Head of Project Delivery, Innovare


Which construction insights can I get with PlanRadar?

PlanRadar’s flexibility means that you can track every element of your construction project. You can see the status of tasks, the number of high priority tasks that remain open and the individuals who have responsibility. When everything’s going well, you can sit back and watch as your site team closes tasks and moves smoothly towards completion. When your site hits a problem, you’ll see that too. Then you’ll know it’s time to take action.

Yes, with our report template builder, you can add your company’s branding to any PDF report. If you have a Word-based template you can even drag and drop the structure into PlanRadar. Click here to learn more about our flexible reporting.

PlanRadar’s statistics boards work with any custom filters that you set up in the system. That means that you can build statistics boards that are relevant to your individual project or job role.

Key Terms – Construction Reporting and Insights

Change Order Log

A change order log is a record that documents all approved changes to the project scope, schedule, or cost. It includes details such as the description of the change, reason, approval date, and any associated impacts. The change order log helps in tracking and managing project changes effectively.

Critical Path Analysis is a project management technique used to determine the sequence of activities that directly impact the project’s duration. It identifies the longest path of dependent activities, called the critical path, which helps in identifying tasks that have no float and are crucial for meeting project deadlines.

Data visualization is the graphical representation of data to communicate complex information in a clear and concise manner. In project reporting, data visualization techniques such as charts, graphs, and dashboards are used to present project data and insights visually, making it easier to understand and analyze.

Earned Value Management is a project management technique that integrates scope, schedule, and cost performance. It compares the planned value (PV) of work scheduled with the earned value (EV) of work completed to determine project performance and forecast future outcomes.

An executive summary is a concise summary of the project reporting and insights presented to project sponsors, senior management, or stakeholders. It provides an overview of the project’s current status, major achievements, key challenges, and recommended actions in a format that is easy to understand and digest.

Forecasting in project reporting involves predicting or estimating future project outcomes based on historical data, trends, and current performance. It helps stakeholders anticipate potential risks, delays, or deviations from the plan and make informed decisions to steer the project towards successful completion.

Key Performance Indicators are measurable metrics used to assess the performance and progress of a construction project. KPIs can include indicators such as project cost, schedule adherence, safety incidents, quality metrics, and productivity rates.

Lessons learned are insights, experiences, and knowledge gained throughout a construction project. They capture successes, failures, and best practices that can be applied to future projects. Lessons learned are documented and shared to improve project delivery and avoid repeating past mistakes.

Performance metrics are quantifiable measures used to assess and evaluate the performance of a project. These metrics can include indicators such as schedule variance, cost variance, quality metrics, resource utilization, and customer satisfaction scores, providing insights into project performance and areas for improvement.

A progress report provides an update on the status, achievements, and challenges of a construction project. It includes information such as completed tasks, milestones reached, work remaining, schedule updates, and any significant issues or risks encountered during the reporting period.

A project closure report is a comprehensive document prepared at the end of a project to summarize its outcomes, achievements, lessons learned, and recommendations for future projects. It provides a final review of project performance and serves as a reference for future initiatives.

A project dashboard is a visual representation of project data and key metrics, typically displayed in a single screen or report. It provides a high-level overview of project status, progress, and performance, allowing stakeholders to quickly grasp essential information.

A project status report is a document that provides a snapshot of the current progress, accomplishments, and challenges of a project. It includes information on key activities, milestones, issues, risks, and upcoming tasks, enabling stakeholders to stay informed about the project’s status.

Resource allocation refers to the process of assigning and distributing project resources, including human resources, equipment, materials, and funds. Effective resource allocation ensures that the right resources are available at the right time and in the right quantities to support project activities and deliverables.

A risk register is a document or database that identifies, assesses, and tracks project risks. It includes details such as the nature of the risk, its potential impact, likelihood, mitigation strategies, and ownership. The risk register helps in proactively managing and mitigating project risks.

Stakeholder engagement refers to the process of involving and communicating with project stakeholders. It involves identifying key stakeholders, understanding their needs and expectations, and proactively keeping them informed and engaged throughout the project through various communication channels.

Trend analysis involves analyzing historical project data to identify patterns, trends, or recurring issues. It helps in understanding long-term performance, forecasting future outcomes, and making data-driven decisions for project improvement and optimization.

Variance analysis is the process of comparing actual project performance against planned or baseline performance. It identifies and analyzes deviations or variances in terms of schedule, cost, quality, or other project parameters, helping to understand the causes and take corrective actions.

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