We will be joining the DPE (Designated Project Engineer) team for Network Rail to ensure that clarity, compliance and close-out of information is achieved throughout the project. The aim is to deliver clear and concise reporting, tracking and management of actions and requirements in support of the core project team, to help to effectively co-ordinate the suppliers and deliver the works.
Our scope includes the innovation of processes and streamlining of information as necessary, to improve the communication and management of information across the project and produce more effective close-out of actions.
D2 Rail will simplify the document control approach using their experience in electronic information management systems, and provide readily accessible, logically stored information from throughout it’s the project lifecycle.
Simplifying and streamlining declutters the information and allows us to get to the heart of any issue and resolve more effectively. By imposing a clear framework of uniformity and compliance across a project a more clear and concise presentation of information will be achieved.
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