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Construction Inventory Management demands companies and suppliers to keep track of their stocks, procure industrial goods, store them in a logical location with an apt temperature, and supervise the quantity and quality of their construction goods frequently. However, construction industry in-house managers have a challenging time following up on every inventory record because of the assortment of projects they deal with.

As a construction inventory manager, one has to be meticulous in dealing with delayed, lost, or misplaced supplies, and maintaining them on the balance sheet is an arduous task.

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Maintaining inventories will let the inventory handler analyze the exact quantity of stocks, eradicating the chances of items to be

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Inventory data allows stock handlers to get insights into the quickly exercised items, allowing them to adjust the construction industry material

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The materials and resources of the company are often used without authorization by employees for personal purposes. Although, accurate

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Many contractors might not be able to realize it, but compliance is one of the ideal uses of inventory systems. In many ways, the software

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Inventory management usually starts with keeping track of all construction tools, equipment, and materials per job site. This is where you need to

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  • Getting the required materials from suppliers as per BOQ (Bill Of Quantities)
  • Engage Contractors & issue them materials in time
  • Track Consumption of materials against the BOQ of that area
  • Reconcile and settle the contractors
  • Complete the progress of the Project
  • An inventory of tools, including manufacturer details, instructions, parts requirements, and so on.
  • A consumable inventory (i.e. nuts, bolts, screws, nails, drill bits, wire, batteries, and so on) with a system that alerts when supplies are lower.
  • Automatic scheduling of preventative maintenance for tools, plant and equipment, helping to ensure that unnecessary down-time for repairs is avoided.
  • An inventory app, downloaded to operatives’ phones.
  • Radio-frequency identification (RFID) and barcode solutions.

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