Olympic organisers to push ahead with fit-out.
The 2818 flats built to house the 16,000 athletes from around the world were handed over today at a ceremony in London.
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Non-conformances, in the construction or materials, and small defects (known as "snags") were managed using Sysnet's Snagmaster™ Defect Management System and Quality Dashboard.
The system, which incorporates innovative use of digital pen and paper in conjunction with iPads and a web-based Quality Dashboard, was used extensively to manage the close-out of snags and non-conformance issues throughout the project to ensure a zero-defect handover to the games organisers.
Said Sysnet MD and product manager for Snagmaster™, Peter Burtwistle :
"It is the speed of data entry that still makes a digital pen the technology of choice in certain situations. We were able to design a digital paper input form that met the needs of the snaggers exactly and make data entry super-fast and extremely simple."
Snagmaster™ easily handled the considerable administrative grind associated with such a large project, and the Quality Dashboard portal provided a clear overview for project managers, sub-contactors and stake-holders alike."
Sysnet will now turn it's attentions to helping the builders of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.