Use LetsBuild to easily maintain daily logs

Daily log – a record of significant parts of your project – an important part of your construction process. The daily log gives a great insight into a construction project; it can be used as an evidence in court and construction disputes; you maintain a lot of evidence about your project and keep everything transparent to the owner. It’s much easier to manage your daily logs with LetsBuild.

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Lightweight daily log software

The LetsBuild platform has a great feature – audit trail, which is basically a daily log in real-time. It shows all mentions, updates, and conversations – related to a specific project. This way you can track everything.

Insight into a construction project

With LetsBuild you can give an insight to members of your team into one or many projects. There is also an observer role, which you can assign to anyone, who is not participating in the project, but just wants to have an insight.

Transparency and accountability

LetsBuild brings complete transparency and overview to all your construction projects. See who did what and when. In real-time or past projects. This very detailed and important data can be even used in courts or construction disputes.

Track weather

With LetsBuild it is possible to see which weather conditions were on a particular project in a specific timeframe. And how they affected the construction process.

Daily log app

Manage your daily logs with one hand – via the LetsBuild mobile app. Gantt chart, audit trail, projects, tasks, beats – all main features available on mobile (iOS and Android).

Teams of all sizes and different trades love us

I save time – simple as that. LetsBuild is a good example on how technology can improve efficiency in an industry that has not embraced much technology.

idealhuse recommends letsbuild

Kenn Møldrup Sterndorff

Construction Manager, IDEALHUSE

The simplicity and ease of use of the system means that we can get on with our work, without having to use too much thinking time when wanting to get simple tasks done.

James Alderson

Director, Mulbury

Collaborate efficiently with clear communication and clear processes

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