How to monitor weather on construction sites for improved safety
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Construction Site Weather Monitoring

How do you monitor weather on construction sites for improved safety and site management?

Construction site weather conditions can affect a wide range of events

New Zealand can be a harsh environment for the accurate monitoring of weather. The construction industry can be affected by adverse weather conditions that can influence critical decision making. High winds, rain, corrosive salt air, snow and the strength of our summer sun can all play a part in determining the course of a wide range of events. Construction site management may rely heavily on accurate weather reporting including crane mounted weather stations to maximise productivity, reduce resource wastage, improve workplace health & safety, reduce construction site runoff and increase site efficiencies.
Construction site weather conditions can affect a wide range of events
Construction site weather conditions can affect a wide range of events

Construction site weather conditions can affect a wide range of events

New Zealand can be a harsh environment for the accurate monitoring of weather. The construction industry can be affected by adverse weather conditions that can influence critical decision making. High winds, rain, corrosive salt air, snow and the strength of our summer sun can all play a part in determining the course of a wide range of events. Construction site management may rely heavily on accurate weather reporting including crane mounted weather stations to maximise productivity, reduce resource wastage, improve workplace health & safety, reduce construction site runoff and increase site efficiencies.

Contiuous weather monitoring can aid decision making and help maximise safety on site.

Continuous weather monitoring can aid decision making and help maximise safety on site.

The ability to monitor weather conditions accurately and continuously can play a crucial role in decision making within the construction industry. Adroit solutions include weather monitoring stations specifically designed to be mounted on construction cranes – these stations can monitor wind speed and direction on the crane, and noise levels in high-risk areas of the site. Our professional weather stations are ruggedly constructed and use high-quality, accurate and reliable sensors that are factory calibrated and require low maintenance. Weather data is sent to an easy to use dashboard where it can be viewed from any connected device including mobile. Alerts and notifications can be set up to ensure construction site parameters are adhered to, and safety levels remain in place.

Adroit weather monitoring solutions are used for:

Construction

Construction

Waterways

Waterways

Waterways

Rivers

Streams

Streams

Stormwater

Stormwater

Our most popular weather monitoring kits

ADROIT TEMPERATURE, HUMIDITY, PRESSURE, WIND, RAIN & SOLAR KIT

ADROIT TEMPERATURE, HUMIDITY, PRESSURE, WIND & RAIN KIT

ADROIT TEMPERATURE, HUMIDITY, PRESSURE, WIND & RAIN KIT

ADROIT TEMPERATURE, HUMIDITY, PRESSURE, WIND & RAIN KIT

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