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Asite to support Tilbury Douglas on digital transformation journey

by Liam Turner
CGI projection of Tilbury Douglas' Walsall Manor development

Tilbury Douglas has chosen the Asite Common Data Environment (CDE) to aid the delivery of its UK construction projects.

The Asite CDE is part of the Asite Project Portfolio Management (PPM) product family and will serve to support Tilbury Douglas as it continues its digital transformation journey.

Tilbury Douglas (formerly Interserve) is one of the UK’s largest providers of construction and engineering services and has delivered over 100 construction projects in the UK health sector in the past 10 years, with the support of the Asite cloud-based platform.

Commenting on the move, Rob Clifton, Asite’s chief of staff, said: “Our long-standing partnership with Tilbury Douglas has seen us work on a number of dynamic and transformative projects across the UK, ranging from refurbishing historical buildings and hospitals to helping design and build new school academies and facilities.

“We are incredibly excited and honored that we’ll now be supporting Tilbury Douglas across their entire project portfolio, supporting their digital transformation strategy as they move into this exciting new era.”  

Aneesa Mulla, head of Digital at Tilbury Douglas, said: “We are excited to be working with the Asite team to deliver our evolving digital transformation strategy.

“The incorporation of the Asite platform forms a key part of this process, along with our wider drive for standardisation and digital twin.”

The Asite Platform has supported many Tilbury Douglas construction projects, including the £40m upgrade of Walsall Manor Emergency Department; £13.9m refurbishment of Roseberry Park Hospital; and, most recently, NHS Nightingale Birmingham Hospital on behalf of the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust at the height of the Coronavirus crisis.

Asite is one of only a few organisations worldwide certified to consult on the implementation of construction projects in compliance with the ISO 19650 suite of standards.

Tilbury Douglas says its projects will benefit from Asite’s suite of digital engineering products, including the Asite collaborative BIM (cBIM) and Information Delivery Plan (IDP) solutions.

Moreover, as part of this package, Adoddle Field for Site – the Asite Field Management App – will provide access to information remotely.

Image: CGI projection of Tilbury Douglas’ Walsall Manor development

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