Construction Project EDMS
Greenwich Millennium Village Ltd.
Greenwich, London, U.K.
Located on a regenerated brownfield site on
Greenwich Peninsula, Greenwich
Millennium Village (GMV) is the first of the
innovative Millennium Communities started
on the 60-acre site in late 1999. It comprises
four phases developed by Greenwich
Millennium Village Limited (GMVL)—a consortium comprising Countryside Properties
Plc. and Taylor Woodrow Developments Ltd.
in association with English Partnerships, the
national regeneration agency. GMV is scheduled for completion around 2010.
Significant improvement is being achieved
in three key areas: social innovation, environmental performance, and construction
innovation. The buildings have been
arranged to give the pedestrian priority over
the car and to create a high-quality environment for the future community. GMVL is
developing an economically sustainable
on technical performance, capital
cost, whole life costing, and social
On a project of this
size and complexity,
Bentley Project Wise
provided a work-
flow resource for
drawing and docu-
ment distribution, checking, monitoring,
and verification. The geographic spread of
design consultants using an Internet-based
document management system gave speed
and delivery control advantages over con-
ventional distribution systems. ;
Sainsburys Supermarkets Ltd.
this variance. Other benefits include
reduced loss of revenue from survey costs
for investment schemes, lost plans and
abortive work, and printing costs. ;
Sainsburys Store Development comprises a
150-member team located in Central
London and in 10 other locations across the
U.K., from Plymouth in the southwest to
Leeds in the north. In 2004/2005, Store
Development will be responsible for planning and project-managing a budgeted £350
Bentley Project Wise was introduced to
Store Development to allow them to identify their current drawing for each store, to
identify the owner of each drawing, and to
prevent multiple versions of design
schemes from being created.
Based on existing models, a 10 percent variance in the accuracy of space could result
in a variance of £ 91 million over 10 years.
Project Wise will significantly help to reduce