Bellway Homes Adopts Viewpoint For Projects and Field View as its Construction Management Platform
Trimble Viewpoint, a software company helping the construction industry better manage projects, processes and people, recently announced that one of the UK's largest house builders, Bellway Homes, has adopted Viewpoint For Projects, along with Field View, as its construction management platform.
Viewpoint For Projects is a project management tool that enables businesses to effectively collaborate on and manage project documentation and communications. Field View is a versatile site management software designed to improve project quality and productivity for construction teams. These Trimble Viewpoint construction management solutions will allow Bellway Homes to:
- be compliant with Building Regulations UK Part L (BRUKL) and the Building Safety Act by offering a single location for compliance reports and certificates, and all related photographic evidence;
- improve overall operational efficiency from field to office and simplify project documentation with efficient workflows that eliminate manual processes;
- allow for a “golden thread of information” that is vital in completing projects to a high standard, with quality control records readily available.
“Bellway has adopted Viewpoint software to improve the efficiency of construction management on our sites and help our teams ensure they are able to keep a close track of build processes on site on a plot-by-plot basis,” said Tony Atkin, group production managing director for Bellway Homes. “Now, we are able to keep accurate records during construction phases which can be used to ensure compliance with Building Regulations and bring further improvements to quality standards.”
“We are delighted to announce our new collaboration with Bellway Homes, one of the UK's largest house builders,” said Joe Kendrick, director for Trimble Viewpoint. “It has been a tremendous experience working alongside Bellway Homes and we are truly excited about the mutual benefits for both companies."