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New PlanRadar User Interface for Android App
New PlanRadar User Interface for Android App

5 new features for more efficiency in construction projects

At PlanRadar we constantly strive to make everyday work on the job site and in the office easier and to make processes even more efficient. That’s why we keep in close contact with our customers… read more

Silhouette of engineer and construction team working at site over blurred background for industry background with Light fair.Create from multiple reference images together
Silhouette of engineer and construction team working at site over blurred background for industry background with Light fair.Create from multiple reference images together

PlanRadar –The project management software for construction teams

Every architect, planning engineer, construction specialist and every building company knows this problem regarding defects at the construction site. For example, a doorway is not big enough for a wheel chair user. Now, the craftsman… read more

Woman as an female architect, engineer with helmet, blueprint, plans phoning on a construction site with crane
Woman as an female architect, engineer with helmet, blueprint, plans phoning on a construction site with crane

What does a construction manager do? A guide for aspiring managers

Construction managers are the team leaders in any project. They act as the working watchman for any detail starting from the small fixations to the large structure work. Moreover, their job includes checking for any… read more

Global business and finance concept with businessman touching world map with connected dots in network architecture for telecommunication, internet of things, financial technology, data servers
Global business and finance concept with businessman touching world map with connected dots in network architecture for telecommunication, internet of things, financial technology, data servers

World’s re-planning megacities 2050

Urbanisation, the primary purpose that all humans are living for. According to the UN, the current world population of 7.7 billion is expected to reach 8.5 billion by 2030, 9.7 billion in 2050 and 11.2… read more

Corner glass window with glowing crowded city
Corner glass window with glowing crowded city

A transformative light for a project to shine

There is light at the end of the tunnel. A hereditary expression that has been passing along from one generation to the other and got translated to so many languages. It is not out of… read more

Top down view from drone on mall parking with many cars.
Top down view from drone on mall parking with many cars.

The spot with the “No-Parking” slot

In a world with a population of 7.5 Billion where 68% of them is living or expected to live in central urban areas by 2050, more than 1 billion cars are crossing the streets every day… read more

close up details of engineer working on laptop on construction site
close up details of engineer working on laptop on construction site

Snag app – A constructive tool for construction professionals

As of this moment, there are 2.2 million apps available on the App store and 2.8 million apps on the Google Play Store ready for someone to download them. We are all on our phones… read more

Construction Software – Save up to £9,000 with PlanRadar

Companies and site managers are literally bombarded with offers for construction software these days. You’ll find software for payroll, costing, billing, financial accounting, device management, and more. PlanRadar is a platform-based construction solution for defect… read more

Eilenburg, Germany, July 27, 2011 - Construction worker laying tracks on a construction site near Eilenburg in Saxony.
Eilenburg, Germany, July 27, 2011 - Construction worker laying tracks on a construction site near Eilenburg in Saxony.

2020 UK Construction – Walking down the route of success

Based on facts and figures, the UK market has been on a state of constant bloom. The construction sector contributes to the UK economy with 7% of GDP (£110bn) annually, having the Central Government as… read more

Two Demolition cranes demolishing old row of houses in the Netherlands
Two Demolition cranes demolishing old row of houses in the Netherlands

4 Questions that answer all you need to know about building dilapidation report

When starting a construction project in a built area you must ensure that you are not causing destruction to the nearby properties. Site excavations, building demolitions, material transfer usually requires heavy machinery to carry out… read more

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