Building Digitisation Solutions for property owners and their builders

We design comprehensive digital building manuals that allow facility managers to quickly find asset information for their commercial buildings.

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Most architects, engineers and builders struggle to deliver operation and maintenance manuals (O&Ms) for commercial buildings in the way a facility manager needs them. We have a process that helps builders collect all the building's assets and operation and maintenance manuals, which provides facility managers with a complete list of asset information. This means the facility manager can maintain their building from handover, typically saving them 12 months work, locating the drawings or following up with builders for them.

How we can help you capture your building information effectively so you can run your building successfully

BDS360 gives your team all the tools they need to manage, monitor and measure your progress

A plan
A blueprint for what asset information will be delivered by each subcontractor
Asset checklists for everyone to follow
Measure Performance
Gap analysis of the asset information the subcontractor has not supplied

Builders find the BDS360 system and process delivers a more comprehensive digital building manual for their clients.

Tier one builder capture rates for building information

Builders using existing O&Ms software


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Same builders using BDS360


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Make sure you get your occupancy certificate

 The Building Code of Australia is implementing the recommendations of “Building Confidence” - the Shergold Weir report into in the construction industry. This means that builders will need a comprehensive digital building manual in order to receive an occupancy certificate. Learn more about the Shergold Weir report and the Australian Building Code Board's response to it by clicking the links below.

What is the Shergold Weir report?

In 2017, the Building Ministers’ Forum requested Professor Peter Shergold and Ms. Bronwyn Weir to assess the effectiveness of compliance systems for the building industry across Australia.

Their report, "Building Confidence", was the result. Tabled in late 2018, the report focusses on the shortcomings in implementation of the National Construction Code (NCC).

What is the ABCB's response?

Recommendation 20 of the Shergold Weir report states that there be a comprehensive building manual for commercial buildings lodged with the building owners.

The report identified that owners often do not receive documents for their buildings, including those needed for ongoing maintenance.

Access to accurate and complete building information is key to responding to BCR recommendation 20.
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