Workers on the huge new waterfront community at Royal Wharf in London have been using Donseed tablets to clock in and out of site.
The development comprises 3,385 homes, a riverside walkway, new streets, parks and squares, a school, shops, offices and riverside restaurants.
Works included piled foundations, basements walls and podiums, frames to transfer slabs, roads, sewers and statutory authority work, piled wall tidal terraces on the River Thames and the erection and operation of 8 No tower cranes. Site constraints included contaminated ground, a high water table with contamination, and close proximity to the River Thames, to the Docklands Light Railway and to the existing Barrier Point Development.
Kev Dendy, Marketing and Strategy Director at Donseed, said: “This was a complex project with multiple site entrances and projects. It was great to see workers record accurate arrival and departure times with Donseed’s biometric tablets, meaning the contractor could pay accurately and without waste.”