48 Carey Street
London - United Kingdom
Multiplex is transforming 48 Carey Street, Holborn, London into a new residential development which will contain 201 luxury apartments, over 2 basements and 10 floors. The client, Lodha Group, is India’s largest residential developer by volume and 48 Carey Street is their first development in the UK.
Multiplex are the main contractors on this project who in turn have contracted the Zutec platform for several of their processes. The project involved the demolition of the existing building and the construction of a replacement building where Zutec’s Construction Activity Progress Tracker was used to capture every Fit-Out Construction Activity in the building. All of the supply chain used the tool to record their Construction activity progress room by room and also attach corresponding QA documentation and As-Built dates. This granted Multiplex a real-time insight into Construction Progress vs Plan and Quality Assurance through the in-depth dashboard reporting from the Zutec Platform.
As with any multi million pound development, project handover is a key component in completion and Zutec's Digital Operations & Maintenance Manuals were used as a collaboration tool for all subcontractors to upload all of the required handover information which is essential for a smooth handover and successful running of the building post-handover. All information uploaded was brought through a workflow and validated by the various certifiers. The Zutec Digital O&M tool provided real time reports on the handover documentation progress which enabled Multiplex to effectively track and capture all the required documentation in time for handover.
The Zutec QA/QC Inspections tool was used to digitise processes that were previously captured using paper, this enabled the workforce to use a more secure and efficient process to capture data. Various Quality and Compliance related checklists were created and inspections were carried out onsite using the Zutec Resolution app. Custom dashboards were also created to report on these newly digitised processes.