Pennsylvania-based Susquehanna Civil wanted to eliminate the hand-written paper boring logs received from the field that then had to be
entered into gINT. Previously, field inspectors faxed logs to the office, where the information was entered into log forms, reviewed, and
updated. By improving workflow efficiency and the quality of the boring logs themselves, the company can pass along the savings to its
Logs are now generated directly from gINT on Windows-based tablets in the field and emailed to the office to be reviewed in almost
real-time. Any obvious errors or omissions are communicated back to the field inspectors to be addressed before they leave the job site.
As a subconsultant to other design firms, the company can also share information with clients and project owners in an easily readable,
professional format in a matter of minutes.
Susquehanna Civil Inc. | Pennsylvania, United States
Test Borings Logging Innovation Using Bentley’s gINT
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