Interserve knew that delighting the client at the University of York was vital. A tight timeline and complex connection to the existing Biomedical and Natural Sciences building meant a need for precision programming as well as client care and communication. The team used Powerproject to plot out multiple programme paths, retain significant float, and adapt in real time to client requests and design changes to the Biology Phase 2 building.

Interserve’s focus on programme excellence, use of 4D visualisation, and maintenance of the client relationship, helped them hand over the building on time, on budget and exceed the client’s expectations. Project manager, Oliver Robinson, not only delivered the project on time and budget, but hit all the relationship goals too, gaining a Gold Medal in the Construction Manager of the Year Awards as a result. Powerproject helped the company to maintain precision timeline control, evaluate numerous potential programme paths, and evolve the programme in real time to meet challenging, and ever-changing, client expectations. Read the full case study here.