Ship comes in for Sysnet at Glasgow Harbour

13/08/2003

Sysdox chosen to manage riverside regeneration project

Taylor Woodrow has selected Sysnet's "Sysdox" construction management software to help deliver the construction of 321 luxury riverside flats at the waterfront of Glasgow Harbour, Taylor Woodrow's share of the initial development of 650 flats.
"After reviewing a number of different solutions we selected the functionality and experience of Sysdox and Sysnet to compliment our own in-house systems and methods of working." said Senior Planning Manager, Iain McNab.

"We are looking to manage the project as effectively as possible and our partnership with Sysnet will extend beyond the software into more innovative areas, such as using digital pens for site based activities - a first in the UK".

Sysdox will be implemented and the 30 site staff trained in its use during August. The system will be fully operational by September.

Says Peter Burtwistle, Managing Director of Sysnet "this is a fantastic project for us to be involved in and adds to the growing list of prestigious landmark Scottish projects that we have been involved with".

Sysdox has been used on construction projects to a capital value of over 3bn within the last two years and has been used to manage projects and construction contracts in the UK and abroad, including the M5 "Olympic" motorway in Sydney, the London Underground refurbishment of the Bakerloo, Central and Victoria line, the M74 upgrade and Wishaw General Hospital development.