Clients’ common data environment developer Zutec has launched a Golden Thread Dashboard.
Designed to capture building information across the asset lifecycle, from design to digital handover and maintenance, the dashboard provides one place to store, register and manage information while helping firms meet regulatory compliance, Zutec claims.
The Golden Thread Dashboard enables users to drill down and define, track and quality check all necessary documents required for compliance with the gateways set out in the Building Safety Act, as well as other building regulations. Users can track actions, outstanding deliverables, snags and remedial works against trade/work packages.
They can manage RFIs, responses and changes to a building within the tool, with details recorded for management of safety measures and auditing. Users can also monitor and update certificates due for renewal. With search and sharing functionality, all stakeholders get transparency, helping firms to meet regulatory requirements in the operations phase.
Zutec claims: “The user experience is simple, the journey quick, and the view is action-oriented. This takes away the complexity normally seen in a CDE platform, so end users can focus on what matters most – ensuring the safety of tenants and proving their compliance with a full audit trail should it be necessary.”
Zutec is offering a proof-of-concept package so firms can try the solution on a project or asset before investing across a portfolio.
Jeslin Joy, head of solutions engineering at Zutec, said: “We are seeing asset owners and developers keen to firm up on their information management strategies, as the industry moves closer to achieving a golden thread of building information. Client CDEs play a vital role in this longer term. Therefore, we have built our dashboard in the Zutec CDE to minimise risk, enhance collaboration and streamline the transition of information from construction into the operations phase.
“By adopting our approach, you own your data, so you can ensure critical information is always up to date and easily accessible. This instils confidence in building safety for operations teams, as well as occupants who see safety as a top priority.”
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