Improving the planning, management and delivery of as-built information during the close out phase of major projects
The close out phase revealed inefficiencies in the planning and management of the delivery of as-built information at the end of the London Bridge project. Noncompliance of the final deliverables to Network Rail standards led to re-work and minor delays, proving costly.
This case study provides recommendations, based on the direct experiences of the London Bridge Station Redevelopment project team, that will result in a more systematic and efficient delivery of as-built drawings.
This resource is hosted on an external website.Read the full resource
Leave a comment
You must be logged in to post a comment.