Temporary Works Inspections &
Maintenance

  • Process: Temporary Works Inspections & Maintenance
  • User: Engineer
  • Client: ATC (Alstom-TSO-Costain) Joint Venture on Crossrail
problem

The Problem

Once installations have taken place, Temporary Works Coordinators conduct site inspections.The process of inspecting installations without BaseStone involves manually finding and printing drawings, carrying these to site and marking up by hand. 

solution

Solution with
basestone

With BaseStone, the right designs and drawings are all accessible whilst on site from the iPad application, meaning there’s no need to return to the office to find and print the right designs

result

The Benefits

  • Increased productivity
  • Increased quality and consistency
  • Increased speed of communication
  • Increased visibility and accountability of issues
  • Reduced risk of delay or re-work
  • Reduced hard costs
  • Reduced carbon footprint

Tangible Benefits

  • Temporary Works Coordinators are able to spend the 6.7 hours a month ensuring that installations are being used safely, helping to make the construction site a safer work environment.

 

Intangible Benefits

  • Having all the right information on the iPad application means that they do not have to carry paperwork which can be a major burden when carrying out inspections and travelling to and from the site.
  • 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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Temporary Works Inspections & Maintenance

  • Process: Temporary Works Inspections & Maintenance
  • User: Engineer
  • Client: ATC (Alstom-TSO-Costain) Joint Venture on Crossrail