Digital Screen Mounted to Hoarding

On their Ponteland Schools & Leisure Centre project, Kier have trialled a digital programme to provide more information to the public and convey key messages to their supply chain, operatives and staff. The programme displays the real time progress of the site and also provides detailed information on the project for the public.

It is displayed on a 55″ screen mounted at the entrance to the site on the hoarding. Two other similar screens are provided within the offices to show environmental and health and safety information.

The screens can also display information from the client. On the Ponteland Schools & Leisure Centre project, Northumberland County Council can include information about the project that they want to communicate to the general public.

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Monitor report. Kier Construction. Tyne & Wear. October 2019.


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