Save time, money and effort with the scheduling and communications tool for construction.
Already 50.000 construction workers preceded you.
Schedule with ease
Save a lot of time scheduling, adjusting and communicating the schedule with all participants in the project. No more hassle with formatting and laborious changes.
Connect your project partners
Communicate directly from the online schedule with all project partners, project managers and suppliers. This way you prevent incorrect information, misunderstandings and failure costs during the construction project. View documents and control quality; you arrange it all from KYP Project.
Improve through insight
Gain insight into the way your construction project is progressing, where you can improve, how your project partners are performing and whether deadlines are being met. This way you keep a grip on the project and you can act preventively instead of putting out fires on the construction site.
Work with KYP and take advantage of the benefits
Experience for yourself what benefits KYP Project has for you and go through the project with a smile. Save time scheduling, connect everyone on the construction project and monitor quality.
What our customers say
“Grip on the use of the KYP Project schedule is crucial to go through the project properly. KYP Analytics offers an important tool for project managers in this regard.”
Sander de Weert
Van Wanrooij Building & Development
“KYP is clear and obvious to everyone. All parties are better aware of the current state of the schedule. As a result, there is almost no miscommunication anymore. ”
“When I got the opportunity from HSB Building to try out KYP, I immediately noticed that this was the piece of tool that was still missing in the working method of an executor. The ease with which you can build a schedule and control the process is ideal. It also works perfectly with the supplies from suppliers.”
“I regularly help subcontractors with the first steps in the program. Everything has to do with working together, connecting and becoming part of the process.”