Tag Archive: defects management

Feb 12 2016

The mobile app improving onsite efficiency

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Profit margins on construction projects are eaten into when snags or defects aren’t resolved on-time or to an acceptable quality.

Contractors and asset owners are increasingly adopting mobile-enabled software tools to better integrate their project supply chains with the latest defects updates in an attempt to improve efficiency and raise standards of workmanship.

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Nov 26 2014

ISG game changer in quality management


With the goal of improving build quality on a £2m fit-out, ISG was looking for ways to improve its defects processes. They managed to resolve defects 150-200% faster by using the multi-platform software, conjectMI.

Looking for quality improvements

Eddie Rooney, project manager at ISG sought a way to ensure that high levels of quality and …

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Aug 20 2014

ISG increase efficiency of defect capture & resolution

With the objective of ensuring high quality standards and timely delivery of a project to refit a grade II listed building for a London university, ISG, the international construction services company identified a need for a defect and inspection management tool.

In selecting conjectMI to manage the defect process on the £6.5m project, ISG became …

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Jun 12 2014

4 reasons to upgrade your defects & inspections tool

Image of infographic showing satisfaction rates of current solutions

We recently surveyed 340 AEC industry managers and operatives about defects and inspections management processes and tools. Here is an infographic of the survey results. Satisfaction scores for basic functionalities such as reporting the status of defects and managing resolution through the supply chain indicate that construction teams are making do with current tools, and …

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May 08 2014

Latest release of defects & inspections tool showcased in London

People at breakfast briefing

Early on a wet Thursday morning, immediately following a two-day tube strike, more than 120 souls braved the elements in search of knowledge on how to improve construction defects and inspection management.

Held at The Deck at the top of the National Theatre overlooking the River Thames, the CONJECT team welcomed an audience of construction contractors, …

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Apr 09 2014

Mobile devices onsite – an OH&S issue?

Construction site safe zone

Safe use of mobile telephones and, more recently, tablet devices has become a contentious issue on construction sites. Many firms have long prohibited use of mobile devices unless the users were, to quote one contractor’s policy:

“carrying out a designated operation where the equipment has been sanctioned by the individual’s line manager and documented in …

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Feb 20 2014

Which mobile platform to use in AEC environments?

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As in most industries, across the broad swathe of Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) sectors, the Windows desktop operation system dominates. However, when thinking about which mobile operating system to use, the picture is more complex.

A bit of history – the first generation of on site construction productivity tools

In the mid-2000s, construction …

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Oct 16 2012

Further win for CONJECT highlights growth in fit-out sector


Leading office design and fit-out company IOR Group has been appointed by Daiwa Capital Markets for the refurbishment of its 82,000 sq. ft. King William Street headquarters in central London. IOR Group will once again be using conject Project Control on this scheme following IOR’s successful delivery of the award-winning 90,000 sq. ft. fit-out of Gazprom’s …

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