Project manager

Construction project managers need reliable and real-time insights to make vital decisions, keep projects on track and maximise margins.

Improve project outcomes and drive success

Project managers play a pivotal role in the success or failure of construction projects. Overseeing all aspects of the project, a project manager’s decisions directly impact performance – and those decisions are only as good as the information upon which they are based.

With modern technology, we can capture more data than ever before, but to truly improve construction productivity and be effective in the future, project managers will need actionable intelligence.

This means eliminating siloes by connecting and contextualising data so they can reach the best business decisions possible.

Achieve complete control over your construction project with easy-to-use solutions


Hexagon provides the only solution in the industry that combines portfolio management, project controls and project management in one platform. Integrating key processes throughout the full lifecycle of projects and portfolios helps project managers:

  • Free people’s time to do their jobs – do the work that matters most instead of low-value activities such as data collation, formula checking and error correcting.
  • Make better, more proactive decisions – key insights are based on accurate and up-to-date data, allowing you to make a positive and timely impact.
  • Drive stakeholder alignment – everyone is on the same page with fast and efficient reporting, greater visibility and better communication and collaboration.

Trusted by leading organizations around the world to unify the strategy and execution of projects, Hexagon’s EcoSys Enterprise Project Performance platform gives project managers the tools to impact project performance. A seamless flow of information and automated integrations provide digital progress for faster, more accurate reporting. Predictability metrics help identify issues and forecast outcomes early to keep projects on time and within budget. Standardised project management processes provide better governance, compliance and risk and change management.