Construction industry metrics are carefully scrutinized to squeeze every bit of profit out of a job. Just as a job site is carefully run, program metrics are measured and tracked from Day One.
Here’s an example of a construction dashboard. If you want to follow along and view the example for yourself, use this link:
Here’s a screenshot of the first dashboard page:
The construction industry dashboard tracks:
Supplier cash management
Health and Safety metrics
Various roles and functions within an organization is server as well:
Executive Management / C level: Identify which projects are overspending and where. Monitor the financials of each department. Provide a board level overview which aids better-informed decision making.
Project Management: Monitor milestones, the progress of every stage of the project, resource usage and risk management.
Financial Management: Improve the clarity and availability of financial measures such as budgeting, forecasting, cash position, earned value analysis, cost performance and variance.
Supplier Management: Track performance against Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of suppliers and subcontractors.
Human Resources: Monitor staff contracts, health and safety issues, sickness levels, trends and payments.