By Tania Clarke   |  
July 15th, 2016

Level 10 Construction Builds San Francisco Skyscraper with Safety in Mind

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How one general contractor company took safety measures to the next level.

Building a 54-story high-rise in the middle of San Francisco’s busy downtown comes with its own set of challenges. The 181 Fremont building project was no exception. Fronted by a highly trafficked area, squeezed between 3 existing structures and a mere 20 feet away from an active child care facility the stakes were high at the jobsite location. Because of the risks involved, safety was a top priority for the general contractor, Level 10 Construction. Safety for the workers, subcontractors, general public and the future occupants of the building needed to be kept at the forefront of everyone’s mind throughout the whole build process.

The team at Level 10 Construction knew they needed a reliable solution to help manage their safety programs in the field and see real-time information to ensure all safety precautions were taken. If all went according to plan they knew they could deliver the high-quality structure they’ve built their reputation around both on-time and in budget.

Read the full case study to learn how Level 10 Construction used SafetyCulture iAuditor app to ensure a safe workplace, not only for their workers and subcontractors but also the one million San Franciscan commuters near the jobsite every day.

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