Hammerson - System Project Review
Remit’s approach to Project Management is collaborative – we work closely with the client and the supplier to ensure that the project is delivered on time, to budget and with no surprises.
Qube Global Software launched this case study, which provides an in-depth review of the project to implement Horizon v.10 Rent and Service Charge modules in Hammerson. Remit’s role was to confirm the suitability of the product and to develop the business process specification. We acted as Programme Manager during the design stage and Technical Project Manager during implementation to bring in the project to time and budget.
Jane Addey, Operations Director at Qube, said of the work:
"The whole project was a true definition of partnership with everyone bring their expertise to the project and working together. Even when things were tricky no one entered into a 'blame game'"
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The comprehensive maintenance and refurbishment service we provide for property management companies meets rigorous standards for quality, reliability and safety.
Undertaking work in sensitive environments such as shopping centres and busy offices, and avoiding disruption or inconvenience, demands careful and considerate planning. Our skilled tradesmen are experienced at working in such situations and remain constantly aware that normal business operations cannot be interrupted.
Flexible arrangements are available to include regular contracts, specific projects or emergency call out cover.
A four-man roped access team completed a visual and photographic survey of the structural steel work and ventilation system above a fully operational swimming pool. The subsequent report identified the need for re-decoration to areas of the structure steelwork and replacement of louvres in the ventilation system. During the three week project, only small areas of the pool had to be sectioned off for short periods, allowing recreational use to continue.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS
The central London hospital has a striking full-height atrium detail within the childrens section. This comprises of an impressive steel framework and full glazing which allows natural daylight into the ward. Unfortunately, a loose bolt had fallen from the steelwork, narrowly missing staff and patients. Arun Construction Services were called in to complete a physical and photographic survey of all component parts to insure the integrity of the framework.
All defective areas were recorded and appropriate remedial action taken to prevent any repeat occurrences. These works were undertaken whilst the ward was in full operation, and it was only necessary to cordon off small areas for brief periods, resulting in minimal disruption to the daily running of this essential ward. The works were completed within a three week period by a five-man, IRATA trained industrial roped access team.