In this episode of Rhys Lewis’s ‘collaboration corner’, Revizto takes a construction site walk at Lendlease’s 8 Bishopsgate scheme, meets with its latest client, Multiplex and joins Kier to discuss their 3-year UK Enterprise Agreement
This episode of collaboration corner kicks off with Revizto’s director, Rhys Lewis meeting with Alberto Daniele, digital construction manager at Multiplex.
Commenting on their latest collaboration, Alberto Daniele said: “I’m really excited today, because finally we have Revizto onboard. We’re looking forward to resolving any issues that we may have on-site!”
On-site with Lendlease
Later, Graham Murphy, BIM manager for Lendlease EMEA and Rhys Lewis, director at Revizto walked through the 8 Bishopsgate site and looked at how the project team are using Revizto as their core coordination and site validation tool.
8 Bishopsgate Tower is a new 50-storey mixed-use project being developed in London, UK. It will replace the existing 6-8 Bishopsgate and 150 Leadenhall Street buildings and provide 560,000 sq ft of office, retail, and public space.
Lendlease was engaged on the project as the construction manager.
The project has been a real collaborative effort from the entire project team – Arup, Wilkinson Eyre, Stanhope PLC – coordinated by Murphy and his team.
Explaining how Lendlease has used Revizto on 8 Bishopsgate, Murphy said: “We use Revizto quite heavily for our site validation, both with our design team and our construction team.
“We use Revizto as a tool to track any issues that come out on site. For us it takes BIM from behind a desk and moves it out on site. It’s accessible to all members of the team.”
Murphy then goes on to highlight stamps from the project on his tablet, he said: “The stamps within Revizto give us a really easy way to raise issues and assign those issues to other members of the team.
“Whether somethings gone wrong on site, or they have a question, it lets us easily take all the information from both the design and the site. We can then analyse it, manage it, and issue it out to make sure we’re not letting issues fly under the radar.”
Finally, Revizto heads over to Kier to meet with head of BIM, Andy Boutle.
Rhys and Andy discuss their recent deal which saw them sign the largest UK Enterprise Agreement to date. The contract includes a UK Hosted Premium AWS Server which means all their Revizto projects will now be hosted on UK soil.