A digital Task Instruction Model for low skilled construction workforce
The on-site management of construction projects involves a great amount of verbal communication and paper based systems. This isolated sequential process creates many barriers for effective collaboration and has often resulted in costly rework on the site. Delivering task instructions to construction workers on site is one such example where a worker is instructed verbally for execution of a certain construction activity. The ineffective communication between the supervisor and the worker often results in various inefficiencies on site. Especially, when a low-skilled worker is instructed in this very manner, chances of comprehending instructions reduce to a much larger extent due to the inability of many workers to visualize the task, understand a construction operation and the language spoken on site.