To achieve seamless delivery of the physical urban space, the housing, related buildings and supporting infrastructure, all our teams and systems are set up to be extremely integrated, organised and agile, with deliberate overlaps to prevent operational gaps. This is especially critical as we are a global organisation and heavily reliant on technology, always operating in different time zones.
We use computer modeling with actual costs and real-time data to analyse costs and logistical impacts of different scenarios, to optimise project profitability and efficiency.
All site infrastructure including power, sewerage, water, road and telecommunications, and building footings will be in place, tested by our engineers and fully operational prior to the arrival of the components, fittings and furnishings. All plant and equipment, tools and fixings for installation, are shipped and delivered to the site accordingly.
Local assembly teams, (including mainly community members and supervisors), are well trained. Safety training and equipment training are incorporated into all BCI programmes to maximise efficiency and minimise the risk of injury.
The installation is carried out strictly to the master plan, with all items marked, bar coded or numbered for easy identification and with innovative systems that only permit installation of buildings and connection of services the right way.
Site management planning allocates spaces for on-site temporary storage, however a major benefit of the speed of erection of our construction system, is the reduction of temporary storage time to a minimum. Areas of complete dwellings that are deemed safe will be progressively occupied. This will contribute to the excitement and anticipation of members waiting for their houses.