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Procore, Probuild team up on quality, safety management projects

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One of Australia’s largest construction companies, Probuild, has selected construction cloud-based applications provider Procore Technologies as its technology partner for quality & safety management on its construction projects.

The deployment will see Procore’s quality and safety solution allow teams to continuously collect project data that can be used to mitigate risk, track performance, and continuously improve quality and safety processes. The solution offers teams the ability to log incidents and observations, track and standardise inspections, and streamline daily reporting.

“Procore is committed to helping Australian construction companies meet quality and safety objectives, with the continuous improvement of our platform in consultation with local industry,” said Procore’s vice-president, Asia Pacific, Tom Karemacher.

“Probuild delivers some of the most significant construction projects in the country, and we are pleased they have selected Procore’s cloud based, mobile-first platform to manage quality and safety requirements on sites around Australia.”

Karemacher said Procore allowed construction companies to hand back time to their project delivery teams through the provision of in-field technology, the removal of unnecessary manual processes, and eliminating any double handling of data.

“Probuild has an increased focus on lean process, and it had become clear that our incumbent systems were not suited to the growing needs of the organisation,” said Ross Murphy, group manager – systems at Probuild.

“Procore offers unparalleled functionality and accessibility, and we’ve been really impressed with the Australian team and their commitment to innovation in consultation with the local market.”

Following the successful assessment and selection process, Probuild is currently implementing Procore for HSE and quality with project teams throughout Australia.

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