£300m, 350,000 sq ft mixed-use regeneration scheme on the edge of the City of London for British Land. The development, over a number of plots on this two-acre site, will maintain much of the conservation area’s character, overhauling several existing derelict warehouses with new building blocks on vacant sites. The design team includes four different award winning architects to ensure variety in keeping with the character of the area.
How was Flow used?
Kier used Flow during the bid phase to secure the project after which Flow was deployed to plan and manage the design process through RIBA Stage 3 and 4 across the first 4 plots being developed. The plan included integrating the works of the design disciplines, of specialist consultants, engagement with specialist sub-contractors and key client decision points. The management of the plan then continued utilising the workplans in Flow to report progress, capture issues, record and manage actions, understand and mitigate the impact of issues, all to keep the team on track for delivering to the plan.
The designers’ information requirements were combined into an integrated schedule, ensuring a co-ordinated plan was in place.
A target plan was developed, with buy-in from the entire team including the client.
Performance reports were available, demonstrating trends and highlighting issues to be resolved.
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