Bespoke weather solutions for construction projects
The quality and reliability of weather forecasting determines the safety, efficiency and profitability of any construction project. MeteoGroup provides accurate, tailored weather information, ensuring optimised operational efficiency.
At MeteoGroup we understand that all builds have different requirements therefore we tailor the delivery of our forecasts to your needs. Our experts understand the pressures involved in completing construction work safely and on time and our value-added solutions minimise the disruption caused by adverse weather conditions.
Weather and the construction industry
MeteoGroup's building and construction weather forecasting services form part of the most comprehensive suite of dedicated weather information available to site managers and plant operatives today.
Weather plays a critical role in construction projects, affecting everything from safety issues to the day to day running of your building site. Avoid unforeseen delays in your build programme with better planning around adverse weather. Increase productivity, maintain safety on site and cut down on wasted materials and manpower.
Benefits of our forecasting solutions
Weather solutions can be custom built to individual needs or set up using established specifications.
Forecasts cover all weather elements which are critical for planning and safety including:
- relative humidity
- dew point
- frost occurrence and duration
- UV index
- wind speed and direction (at ground level and at the height of a crane)
Short term forecasts are highly detailed and longer range forecasts provide you with the weather outlook.
You can determine your own individual thresholds for specific weather conditions to trigger warning alerts.
Services are provided 24/7/365 so you will never be caught unawares.
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1st September 2014: After ten years building MeteoGroup into Europe’s leading private sector weather business, culminating in the sale of the business to General Atlantic earlier this year, Jennie Campbell is stepping down as CEO to focus on a portfolio career.