Common Data Environment,

Asite’s Common Data Environment (CDE) solution will be used on all of Ogilvie Construction’s current and upcoming construction projects

Ogilvie Construction has chosen to use Asite’s Common Data Environment (CDE) on all their upcoming projects, including various initiatives across Scotland.

Asite’s cloud-based platform will streamline Ogilvie’s document management and increase collaboration across their projects.

Rob Clifton, Asite SVP for UK & Europe said: “The work Ogilvie Construction is undertaking across Scotland is improving the quality of life for many different communities, from helping to deliver affordable housing to transforming derelict buildings into new hubs for both the public and private sectors.

“Asite is excited to be able to support their exciting portfolio of projects and work with such a renowned family-owned business.”

Store and manage project data

Spanning a range of different sectors, Ogilvie Construction works across education, health, industrial, hotels, residential, retail and industrial projects in the UK.

One project in Ogilvie Construction wide-ranging portfolio which will implement the Asite CDE is the construction of the 245-bed Marriott hotel in Glasgow.

This project is part of a £100m mixed-use development to transform the north east corner of the city’s George Square.

The CDE will store and manage all project data in one central and secure repository to provide a single source of truth, streamlining communications at all levels.

Ogilvie Construction will also be able to build and schedule automated workflows, including status reports and document review reminders, and create tailored forms to transform their paper-based processes into secure web-based forms.

The Asite Supply Chain Management solution will also be used to facilitate the bi-directional flow of information when issuing tenders.

A secure, collaborative and auditable flow of communication will be possible between Ogilvie Construction and their suppliers through this functionality.

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