We understand the pressure to ensure projects are delivered on time and the need to efficiently plan on-site resourcing.
Our range of forecast services and intelligent planning tools will help take the pressure off.
For full details go to our Location Based Reports webpage or call 0370 900 0100 to find out more.
Tower crane forecast: Identify the optimum time to hire expensive crane equipment to ensure you don't commit to unnecessary spend. This site specific, threshold based forecast service, provides you with mean and gust wind speeds as well as direction, at specific heights for up to five days. Meaning you can better plan your resources around the weather.
Warning services: Designed to keep you ahead of the weather and ensure onsite teams are safe. Warning services can be set up according to your requirements, making this a flexible and valuable on-site service.
Monthly Outlook: This forecast service provides you with weather advice out to 30 days ahead for ten regions of the UK. Presenting a range of weather parameters in text format or as a combination of visual maps and tables.
VisualEyes™: VisualEyes allows you to generate customisable weather analysis reports suited to your specific needs which helps you manage health and safety risks, better plan your operations and reduce costs. This fully flexible system lets you:
Public Weather Service: We provide a wide range of free forecasts and warnings to help you make informed decisions about your day to day activities.
National Severe Weather Warnings: We issue warnings of severe or hazardous weather which has the potential to cause danger to life or widespread disruption through our National Severe Weather Warning Service.
For more information about the sevices we provide to the construction industry :
Call our 24-hour customer centre: 0370 900 0100
Or complete our enquiry form.
Last updated: 6 August 2015
Weather and climate services for the construction industry
A significant problem in many construction contracts is the inherent subjectivity in judging to what extent a weather event is exceptionally adverse. Read more....
Weather impacts all stages of a construction project. During the planning phase, project managers need to understand what weather conditions they should expect on site as well as any ways in which the likely future weather and climate will influence build
A particular challenge for the construction industry is ensuring that the weather information contractors incorporate into planning and post-project phases reflects as closely as possible the actual conditions expected or experienced onsite.