BAM appoints Createmaster on £192m Sky Studios site

O&Ms and Structured Data specialist Createmaster has won the contract from BAM to provide all the handover information for the new £192m Sky Studios project in Elstree, Hertfordshire.

Createmaster will be responsible for the accurate collation, management and delivery of the project’s asset information covering 11 geographically separate buildings as well as other regulatory required construction deliverables.

Sky Studios Elstree is a new state-of-the art film and TV studio with 13 studios, production offices, screening rooms and set construction workshops. Each building will require a tailored package of handover information.

A critical aspect of Createmaster’s ongoing role will be to manage and liaise with over 70 trades on and off-site to compile and complete accurate handover documentation.

Brian Dodsworth, Createmaster’s Managing Director, said: “Being involved in a project of this prestige and scale will present a welcome challenge for our team of information gathering and managing experts.

“With around 70 different trades to engage with over the course of the build, our signature attention to detail and no-stone-unturned approach will showcase the unrivalled skill of our workforce. We look forward to working with BAM, which has an excellent reputation for quality, accuracy and innovation.”

Gary Winn, Regional Design Manager at BAM added: “Ensuring the highest standards are met across our entire portfolio, through the whole building lifecycle, is paramount to our business. It’s an ethos which has established our reputation for quality across the entire construction journey and during occupancy.

“Aware that digital assets carry an equal importance to the physical, we needed to work with a digital partner which could manage the process of data collation seamlessly and meticulously.

“Createmaster’s reputation for excellence in this field precedes them, making them the obvious choice for this complex and expansive project.”

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