We are proud that Asta Powerproject continues to be a part of many award-winning projects:
The new campus for the Central St. Martin’s College of Art and Design part of BAM’s £176.00 million Eastern Goods Yard project for developer Argent, a major regeneration programme of the King’s Cross area of London. This project received multiple awards ranging from pioneering architecture to the Mayor’s award for project excellence.
“Using Asta Powerproject meant that our planners could work on the project in unison, regardless of their location, have the same visibility across the programme and get an accurate view of updates and progress to all areas.” – Mick Davis, BAM’s Senior Planner.
Asta customers were also prominent amongst the winners of the 2012 Construction Manager of the Year Awards with over 70% of Gold and Silver awards taken by companies who use Asta Powerproject including:
Leadbitter Group who received two Gold Awards for the under £8m Housing category for their work on Alexandra Place, Woodley, Berkshire and in the £5m to £8m category for their work on Earlsdon Park in Coventry.
Interserve who won an award in the £23M to £40M category for the Rowley Learning Campus at Sandwell, Birmingham. Peter Farmer, Senior Planning Engineer on the project said, “Asta Powerproject was really helpful to us on this challenging project – assisting us with planning, programming and monitoring progress.”
Wates whose award was won in the £8m to £13m category for the Campsmount Technology College in Doncaster. This project was to deliver a new, fast-track scheme for a 7,500 square metre school building which was completed on deadline and within budget over a 52-week period.
Mark Winter, Construction Manager, said “Asta Powerproject helped me keep careful control of all costs and activities throughout the project. The software enables you to produce very detailed project plans whilst being easy to use.”
Geoffrey Osborne Ltd’s award-winning Construction Manager Malcolm Emmerson of Geoffrey Osborne Ltd. attributes his successful West Thames College project to the scheduling and reporting functionality of Asta Powerproject. As he says: “The software enables you to establish where you actually are and see which areas need to be speeded up – without the software this would be impossible. It was absolutely critical to us winning the award.” Malcolm’s award was won for outstanding management in the New Build & Refurbishment £40 to £100 million category.