Verifiable Progress Tracking
OnsiteIQ has provided The Moinian Group unhindered access to percentage complete progress data which is backed by comprehensive visual evidence. With the ability to virtually walk the jobsite at any time and monitor progress across 18 major milestones, Mitchell Moinian’s team can independently assess project performance against contractor provided data. This level of transparency keeps the project team highly accountable and reduces avoidable delays.
Payment Application Verification
Pay Applications are now confidently approved or refuted with OnsiteIQ supporting evidence. In one instance, The Moinian Group received a request to pay for curtain wall installation on eight floors of a tower when in fact only four floors had been completed. Within minutes Mitchell Moinians team was able to validate ground truth and forward imagery of the not yet installed curtain wall to the contractor. This was irrefutable and ensured that The Moinian Group didn’t pay for work that hadn’t been performed.
Collaborating With Project Stakeholders
The Moinian Group builds world class assets in premier locations, often working with the most prestigious architects in the world. Executing on complex construction to achieve the design intent that makes a visually distinguished asset is no easy feat. Significant collaboration and coordination is required by various project teams. With OnsiteIQ, the in-house construction team, architects, consultants, and contractor can pull up 360 degree imagery of the project site to quickly resolve RFIs, flesh out change orders, and ensure that build quality and standards are being achieved. Crucial collaborations are made without ever having to leave their offices, saving on travel expenses and resolving issues much quicker than previously possible.
Owning an asset for decades brings with it significant lifecycle management challenges. In one instance, a resident wanted to join three residential apartments into one larger suite. OnsiteIQ allowed the architect to peel back the walls of the units and understand where all of the structural components were located. This avoided tens of thousands of dollars which would have been spent on probing and exploration to validate the As-Built conditions.