multi location project management software

SightLean : Maximize Value. Minimize Waste. Deliver the Promise.

Quickly implement Lean Construction on your project by using our  SightLean. Now with this tool that is possible.

SightLean: Lean Construction in a tool box.

Unlocking Efficiency and Innovation with Lean Construction - by prioritizing efficiency, collaboration, and continuous improvement, Lean Construction offers a myriad of benefits:


  1. Improved Project Efficiency: Lean principles streamline workflows, reduce waste, and optimize resource utilization, leading to shorter project durations and lower costs.
  2. Enhanced Collaboration: By fostering a culture of teamwork and open communication, Lean Construction encourages stakeholders to work together seamlessly, resulting in smoother project execution and fewer delays.
  3. Increased Productivity: Lean practices empower teams to identify and eliminate bottlenecks, allowing for faster decision-making and more effective problem-solving, ultimately boosting productivity levels across the board.
  4. Higher Quality Outputs: By focusing on delivering value to the customer and prioritizing quality at every stage of the construction process, Lean Construction ensures that projects meet or exceed expectations, leading to greater customer satisfaction and loyalty.
  5. Safer Work Environments: Lean principles emphasize the importance of safety and risk management, helping to identify and mitigate potential hazards before they escalate, thereby promoting a culture of safety and well-being among workers.
  6. Sustainable Practices: By minimizing waste, optimizing energy usage, and reducing environmental impact, Lean Construction contributes to a more sustainable built environment, aligning with broader societal and environmental goals.


 Lean Construction is about building better, smarter, and more efficiently.

By embracing Lean principles, construction companies can unlock new levels of efficiency, innovation, and success, ultimately delivering greater value to their clients and stakeholders.

Why Use SightSense - Linear and Multi-Location Project Information Management tool

  1. Centralized Information: In complex projects with linear progression and multiple locations, there's often a vast amount of information generated, such as design documents, blueprints, schedules, reports, and communication records. This software tool centralizes this information, making it accessible from a single platform.

  2. Information Access: Project stakeholders, whether on-site or in remote locations, can access critical project data and information in real-time, improving collaboration and decision-making.

  3. Version Control: The software tool helps maintain version control for documents, ensuring that all parties have access to the latest information.

  4. Knowledge Database: It streamlines an organization's ability to quickly and effectively document and benefit from past experiences to learn and implement lessons learned. 

project information management tool
project information management software tool
project information management tool
 linear and multi location project information management software tool

SightInfo : Who Can Use It ?

  • Construction Companies: These companies use this software to manage project-related documents, drawings, blueprints, contracts, and other crucial information across multiple project locations.

  • Project Managers: Project managers rely on the software tool to ensure that all project stakeholders have access to the necessary information and documents.

  • Architects and Designers: Design professionals use it to share and collaborate on design documents and blueprints with other project teams.

  • Contractors and Subcontractors: Subcontractors can access project information and communicate with the general contractor, owners, and other stakeholders.

  • Owners and Investors: Project owners and investors use the software tool to access key project information and monitor project progress.

  • Engineers and Inspectors: Engineers and inspectors involved in the project can access relevant documents, specifications, and inspection reports.