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The Reconstruct Remote Progress Monitoring Process

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Overview of Remote Progress Monitoring

Weekly captures of the site, paired with slimmed down progress reports will allow your team to communicate:

  • Comprehensive view of the entire site and progress
  • Issues and punch lists marked by location

Personas Involved:

  • Construction Project Manager
  • (Optional) Design Manager
  • General Contractor
  • (Optional) Leadership

Eric Jansen


Eric is a Customer Success Manager at Reconstruct. He is also a former construction project manager in NYC.


Repeat these steps on a regular basis for the duration of your project. We recommend weekly.

Remote Progress Monitoring and Remote Quality Control Cycle

Step 1 – Capture and Update Reality Model

The General Contractor takes a weekly capture of the site – this takes 30 minutes or less.

Result: Reconstruct will create and align the updated model – this will only take a few hours.

3D Site Survey Capture Slide

Step 2 – Share Model as Progress Report

GC is responsible for marking known issues in Reconstruct, tagged on the issue location.

The GC provides a weekly one page report on issues marked in Reconstruct.

QA and Punch List

Step 3 – Review Report and Mark Issues
The construction project manager reviews the model and report.

The construction project manager can share with their team.

The whole team can walk-through the site and mark additional issues, creating a discussion list or punch list.

Additionally, the site capture can be reviewed in a video call walk-through to discuss issues with the same visual information.

Digital Site Walk

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