TORONTO – Ontario-based construction technology company Bridgit and Skanska USA Building have signed an enterprise construction workforce management agreement for Skanska to implement Bridgit Bench company-wide.
Bridgit Bench is a platform for workforce planning, resource management, forecasting and pursuit tracking and will be used for Skanska’s building operations offices representing over 1,500 employees.
“We’ve been working with Bridgit for the past year, slowly rolling out their workforce management solution across our USB offices. By implementing an enterprise-wide solution to manage our people and projects, it has provided better transparency and strategic decision–making,” Skanska USA Building CEO Chris Toher said in a statement.
“We are really proud of reaching this milestone agreement with Skanska USA Building, and are looking forward to helping them further leverage their workforce productively. Skanska’s leadership team now has access to real-time people and project information to make better decisions. They’ve cut down their resource planning time and we look forward to supporting them even further in the years to come,” Bridgit chief revenue officer Sean Erjavec added.
Skanska’s core operations in the United States include building construction, civil infrastructure and developing self-financed commercial properties. Bridgit was founded in 2014 by Lauren Lake and CEO Mallorie Brodie.