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PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR LEAN CONSTRUCTION

Create plans in minutes on any device

- Mike Tyson

 
 

OUR MISSION

Takt planning is highly effective and spreading through our industry like wildfire; however, most construction companies still use spreadsheets to create and manage their plans.

 

We made it our mission to develop an easier way for everyone on a project to get involved in takt planning. That is why we built inTakt, an intuitive, purpose-built tool that creates detailed plans in minutes, not hours.

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SAVE TIME

 

Time is money, which is why we streamlined the takt planning process.

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EASY TO USE

 

Throw out your old

spreadsheets. inTakt was

custom built for takt planning.

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ANY DEVICE

 

inTakt works seamlessly on almost any device connected to the

internet.

HOW IT WORKS

Getting started couldn’t be easier. Simply open inTakt in your web browser, invite your team, and start planning. It's as easy as 1-2-3

1

IDENTIFY ZONES

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2

CREATE TASKS

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3

SET DATES & DURATIONS

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SCHEDULE VIEW

View your schedule on a laptop or mobile device.

  • Drill down to see information about individual tasks

  • Change your plan and see updates in real time

  • Mark tasks as complete

  • Show and hide weekends and holidays

  • Export your schedule to PDF and P6 (coming soon)

PLAN VIEW

Upload floor plans and create zones with intuitive drawing tools.

  • Scroll through time and see the flow of work change with colorful animations

  • Update the schedule and your changes are shown in plan view

  • Upload multiple drawings to animate all of your work zones

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  • Export your floor plans as a PDF and print your zones

PRICING

inTakt is built for teams. Invite as many users as you like to your project with a single plan.

Guest

FREE

 ✓    Create a demo schedule

 ✓    Free forever

 ✓    Collaborate on unlimited                  shared projects

Pay Yearly

$3,000 USD / project

 ✓    One project *

 ✓    Unlimited user invites

 ✓    Save $600 per project paying                  yearly

Pay Monthly

$300 USD / project

 ✓    One project *

 ✓    Unlimited user invites

* Add more projects by purchasing additional plans.

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" In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable."

- Dwight D. Eisenhower

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"Everybody has a plan until they get punched      in the mouth."

- Mike Tyson

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Fill out the form below if you have any questions or suggestions about inTakt. You can also email us at info@intakt.app

CONTACT

Thanks for getting in touch

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RESOURCES

At inTakt we strive to keep up to date on all things takt planning. Here are our top picks for articles and videos that we have found useful.

Takt Planning: Simplifying Projects with Planning

Learn how takt planning can be used in construction projects with an example project case study.

Co-authored by inTakt's Jordan Christensen.

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Links

5 Steps to Takt Time Planning

A basic overview of the process of creating a takt plan

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Takt Time Planning and the Last Planner

 

By Adam Frandson, Klas Berghede and Iris D. Tommelein

Merging takt planning with the Last Planner™ System

 

Read PDF

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Takt Time Planning for Construction of Exterior Cladding

 

By Adam Frandson, Klas Berghede and Iris D. Tommelein

Takt planning the exterior of a building

Read PDF

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Takt Time Planning for Construction of Exterior Cladding

 

A one hour introduction of the takt planning process

 

Sword Integrated Building Solutions (YouTube)

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Takt Time in 2 Minutes

Takt time principle explained in two minutes

LeadingEdgeGroup1 (YouTube)

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Takt Planning - Lean Construction - K+K Group

A four minute discussion of takt time in construction (Spanish)

KyK Group (YouTube)

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Elevating Construction Takt Planning


By Jason Schroeder with Spencer Easton

Amazon.com

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