HITO can help.

HITO Management can help your team’s construction scheduling.

HITO means “people” in Japanese, and “milestone” in Spanish. We know your people can achieve greatness, but may need a little help reaching that next critical milestone. We help your team understand how to get there. We help model the plan in a schedule to manage the work.

HITO can make the most complicated schedules seem simple. We not only know the data, we know the work. And we put the data to work for you. We take pride in creating schedules that capture all the necessary data, but that can also summarize and integrate with numerous reporting systems.

Testimonials

FlipBook makes your schedule come to life. It makes your schedule visual and understandable. Hands down, one of the best schedule communication tools on the market.

Bob DelgattoProject Manager, Haskell

It’s always amazing to see HITO’s FlipBook schedule animations flip the lights on the construction teams thought process as they visualize a more enlighted detail of the project being built with the dimension of time colorfully applied.

Luke ParhamHaskell Corp., Sr. Project Manager

HITO Management understands and knows the work down to the smallest of details. Flipbook provides extra onsite guidance for your team to ensure the project is working to the plan and stays on schedule.

It’s like nothing I’ve ever seen before.

Randy TaylorQPSE, Project Controls Manager

HITO really helped us out of a bind. We had a customer on a major project demanding a really detailed schedule and we needed to get the schedule revised quick. After contacting HITO we had a revised schedule in just a few days. Really knowledgeable guys that work very closely with our PM’s to get the weekly updates done timely.

Walter WardSunland Construction, Director of Operation, Eastern Region

On FlipBook: "Clearest representation of the work I've ever seen."

Chuck SmileySenior Manager, Boeing Facilities Planning and Construction

He helped our subcontractor “see the light” by graphing the craft levels required to meet schedule, from the schedule.

James FischerQPSE, Project Controls Manager

That’s pretty slick!

--On a FlipBook showing crane utilization

David IvySuperintendent, Haskell