Aimed at the construction and project teams, the website is simple and intuitive to use with supportive information and easy login and inputting processes.
An app has also been developed, which can be used anywhere on smartphones, ipads and laptops.
"Doing work twice results in additional time and delays to project completion, plus unaccounted and additional time and delays to project completion, plus unaccounted and additional costs", explained Kirsty-Ann Cairns, Assistant Production Manager in the Continuous Improvement Team.
By managing unplanned work as it arises, we aim to resolve issues while the relevant parties are still working on site and achieve a streamlined handover to Anglian Water, ensuring the @one Alliance hit their delivery on time (DOT) targets.
The website includes alerts so that teams are reminded to complete rework before Delivery Milestone 4. Photoscan be added to the website, which may save Delivery Assurance Managers having to travel to sign off rework, resulting in carbon savings from reduced mileage.
Rework data is important as it is analysed to discover root causes of issues. Improvement projects can then be carried out to deliver efficiencies.
"I have been using the m2i Rework app for a while now and I believe it is one of the best ideas that we currently use in the @one Alliance. It can be used on site when you first see rework problems, while additional work that in the past you would have needed to take notes on or even forgotten for a couple of days. With this app, you can report it instantly there and then" said Rob Pooley, General Foreman, Water Non-Infrastructure.