Adoddle, now in Version 17, allows users to create, store and share knowledge in a secure environment. It was used by Laing O’Rourke on the construction of Heathrow Terminal 5 and Dubai International Airport. Other users include Crossrail, the Environment Agency and Balfour Beatty.
Asite says that the latest upgrade offers improved mobile support and enhanced whole life management. Features include:
- Enables automation of workflows throughout a building’s lifecycle – from concept to completion and management of the asset.
- Integrates information into one process in the cloud.
- Hosts all project information and details in a central repository.
- Includes planned preventative maintenance and asset registers through facilities management tool, Adoddle FM.
The system’s cBIM (Collaborative BIM) platform also helps the user to connect commercial information with design detail, enhancing their BIM coordination processes, the developer claims.