SBS Projecta project management platform for centralized construction projects management. Not only it automates project and supply management and provides information on the work performed on the construction site, SBS Project is a tool designed to facilitate standardization of project management procedures for construction companies.


  • The project manager can easily import estimates, schedule and delegate tasks, report on task progress.
  • The construction manager can record the daily execution of tasks by entering the quantities of work done, uploading pictures of the resulting work.
  • Materials and machinery can be easily ordered by the Supply Manager.
  • Subcontractors can record the progress of the work, as well as report on the completion of the tasks.
  • Company’s executives are able to follow the progress of the projects, make decisions based on up-to-date information

SBS Node encompasses the following construction project functions:

Project initiation – Project information is entered, project group is assigned, project documentation is uploaded.


Estimate import – The system supports majority of estimation programs file structures (SBS.Estimates, Sistela, Astera, SES, etc.).


Budgeting – The ability to enter the projected expenses, contract revenues, include additional work tasks and agreements.


Project Schedule – Based on the imported estimate, a Gantt chart work schedule is generated. Set the durations, start and end dates, and set the task dependencies (SS, SF, FF, FS).


Subcontractors Management – Possibility to assign tasks to subcontractors, indicate the purchase price of the works. Moreover, separate the materials that will be supplied by the subcontractor, and which will be sourced internally.


Work Logging – Possibility to log work progress in a mobile application on a daily basis.


Materials Management– Centralized in-house sourcing, efficient material ordering. A relationship is established between ordered and estimated materials, indicating cost discrepancies and allowing to trace the costs of each individual task. The user can create material order requests from the estimated materials, based on the system suggestions. All you have to do, is specify the ordering quantity and attach a drawing or specification.


Material Ordering – The Supply Division can see all order requests from different projects in one place, allowing the supply manager to see the overall demand for materials.


Equipment Request Management – Generating order requests for equipment/mechanisms, allows you to plan the need for machinery and submit it to the technical department. When supply manager is processing the equipment order, all he has to do is select a free mechanism and confirm the date of delivery.


Material Invoice Management – Enter the invoices associated with particular materials. All you need to do is confirm the receipt and adjust the quantities or prices, if needed.


Internal Progress Billing – After entering the quantities of work done, the system then automatically calculates the internal costs for every task, detailed to the resource level. These can be later used to generate various monthly reports, to compare monthly planned and actual expenditures.


External Progress Billing – Create reports for clients by estimating the costs based on the recommendations of an internal progress billing, and adjust further as needed.


Inventory Write-off – At the time of writing down the materials, select the tasks in which the particular materials were used. The result will be a formatted write-off, and a comparison of scheduled and actual materials.


Inventory Management – You will not need to consult the bookkeeper to know the status of the warehouse. You’ll be able to see the remaining quantities of all materials of a given project in one place.


Integration with ERP software – Possibility to integrate with your ERP software. Integration lets you compare the target and actual values across different data categories. Also, the on-site invoice entry and write-off operations will automatically be sent to the ERP software, where accountants will only need to check and confirm.