Building green in Downtown Manila – LEED First

Project name: The Zuellig Building | Industry: Residential & CommercialProject size: US$171 million | Location: Makati City (Manila), Philippines

The Zuellig Building – a 155-meter (508-foot), 33-story office skyscraper located in Manila’s financial center – aspires to be the first platinum-level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Core and Shell structure in the Philippines.

Challenges

  • Large project team of more than 180 members from 20 organizations.
  • Team members continually on the move, yet still requiring instant access to project information.
  • Difficulty of distributing many very large files to the team.
  • Tracking of project status key to managing risk.

Solutions

  • Secure, central platform – single source for information.
  • Ability for team members to instantly access, distribute, track, and archive documents and correspondence.
  • Automated workflows for review and approval.
  • Audit trail of all project decisions and actions.

Results

  • Efficient, reliable handling of 2,000 documents and 10,000 correspondence items per month.
  • Timely review and approval of documents.
  • Ready availability of all documents, regardless of size, to team members.
  • Information never lost, misplaced or deleted.
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