Site Observations
& Progressive Redlining

  • Process: Site Observations & Progressive Redlining
  • Client: ATC (Alstom-TSO-Costain) Joint Venture on Crossrail
  • User: Engineer
problem

The Problem

The original process without BaseStone consists of the following steps and includes meetings whereby site observations are mapped onto drawings and manually redlined. 

solution

Solution with
basestone

With BaseStone, drawings are redlined progressively as site observations are received.

result

The Benefits

  • Half the amount of meetings need to take place
  • Increased productivity
  • Increased quality and consistency
  • Increased speed of communication
  • Reduced carbon footprint

Tangible Benefits

  • It is indicated that using the BaseStone enabled process each engineer gains at least 4.8 hours each month. 
  • Without having to manually match up site observations to drawings and redline them by hand in meetings, the design management team have more time to focus on actually resolving the Site Observations which expedites the entire process.

Intangible Benefits

  • Reduced admin burden
  • Design engineers are able to spend the additional time managing the design change process on the project, helping to ensure that the project as a whole is not held up due to design issues.
  • Other benefits include reduced printing and paper costs which were not accounted for in this study but provide an additional saving and environmental benefit.
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Site Observations & Progressive Redlining

  • Process: Site Observations & Progressive Redlining
  • Client: ATC (Alstom-TSO-Costain) Joint Venture on Crossrail
  • User: Engineer