Turner & Townsend announces adoption of virtual 3D documentation with Matterport technology

Paul Howlett

Head of Communications and Marketing

Turner & Townsend has adopted Matterport technology – to create efficiencies in documentation and information sharing between its project managers and client reporting.

The technology has the flexibility to integrate into BIM, helping the global firm to more accurately document key construction milestones and effectively communicate progress to project stakeholders, providing transparency throughout all phases of a project.

Nick Jones, Director, Project Management at Turner & Townsend said:

“As a business, we are constantly seeking new and better ways to add value for our clients.  It is our role to eliminate any grey areas in documentation and reporting. Matterport captures create a clear and absolute position which offers transparency and cuts down any contractual disputes.

The potential for Matterport to be integrated with BIM technology makes the landscape for its future application vast.  Using the Matterport 3D virtual tours means that those clients who don’t want to get mud on their boots can have direct access to site progress, and we have a clear and honest depiction of work on site documented in an interactive format.”