The site team was looking through methods of reducing paper waste and increasing the accessibility to documents such as the construction drawings. We wanted to increase collaborative working between the management and our supply chain, and embrace the technology we can access.
As a result, an interactive digital screen was created, which allows the site management and operatives on site to gain access to a variety of folders which includes photos, videos, feedback forms, and construction drawings, all of which can be updated when required. The Site Interactive Digital Table was created and provided by Hard Hat Media, and with their collaboration we have been able to arrange the contents of the digital table to reflect the requirements of the Food Works Project.
The digital screen also allows us to use CAD software to view the model of the building(s) we are constructing. We are able to add bespoke documents such as the site induction, visitor signing in form and feedback form, alongside quick links to the local news and weather.
The benefits include less paper used on site, increased accessibility to documents, the use of technology on site and more collaborative work.
Entry submitted by Willmott Dixon
The Scheme does not promote or endorse any products, goods or services. For more information, click here.