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Pomerleau acheives 85% productivity improvements

Project name: Sorel-Tracy Detention Centre Project | Industry: Hospitality & CommunityProject size: US$265 million | Location: Sorel Tracy, Québec

Sorel-Tracy Detention Centre is a public-private partnership (PPP) infrastructure project to build a medium-security prison located approximately 75 kilometers from Montréal. 

Challenges 

  • Complex project with numerous documents and extensive communications to manage. 
  • Strict compliance requirements. 
  • High risk profile. 
  • Many stakeholders to be kept up to date. 

Solutions 

  • Secure, neutral collaboration platform. 
  • Single source of project information for stakeholders. 
  • Accessibility and structured processes for the project team. 
  • Audit trail of all project activities.  

Results 

  • Increased speed, quality and transparency across the project team. 
  • Reduced response times for RFIs and design requests – from weeks or months to days. 
  • Efficiency and productivity improvements of 85% or more. 
  • Reduced errors in design and construction, saving time and costs for rework and financial penalties. 
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