Multiple work sites: how to regulate and synchronize the various participants?
Although it takes place after the primary phase of structural work on a site, the finishing work is no less decisive because it leads to the habitability of a building. Requiring the joint action of many trades, it therefore requires a "conductor" to optimize the synchronicity of interventions.
A permanent race against the clock, a building site is never a single operation, but the sum of several sites taking place simultaneously and interdependently: the overall progress depends on the harmonious operation of each trade. After the structural work, which includes everything that contributes to the solidity and stability of a building, the finishing work brings together all the professionals responsible for carrying out the finishing work. A single site will therefore host a "multi-site", which must adapt to the constraints and needs inherent to each trade. And especially to the priorities of intervention. But in all cases, the supply and collection of materials and waste must be able to be carried out continuously for everyone, without interfering with the traffic of local residents.
A valuable helper
If the project manager is responsible for liaison, planning and follow-up with all the players on the site, it will be materially impossible for him to have an overall view of a large-scale site. Improving the cross-functional management of operations on a "multi-dimensional" site is therefore a key issue: smooth coordination of the teams on a daily basis makes it possible to increase efficiency, and thus to meet deadlines and costs. Qievo provides a global response to this specific management need. A centralized regulation system developed by Mobility by Colas, this customized offer adapts to each territory and promotes the logistical management of the last few kilometers with all stakeholders around a common platform. For professionals, it guarantees "just-in-time" deliveries, adapting to traffic and construction site contingencies. For developers and local authorities, this central interface for multi-site regulation reduces the nuisance felt by local residents and the environmental impact. Finally, thanks to Qievo, users have alternative solutions to reduce the inconvenience caused by construction sites.