Press release
Paris - October 4 th, 2020.

PARIS-OUEST CONSTRUCTION signs a contract with RESOLVING for the digitalisation of its construction and renovation business processes.

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  • Paris-Ouest Construction, a family-owned group founded in 1945 with more than 250 employees, has signed a three-year partnership with RESOLVING in an effort to strengthen its position with respect to the digitalisation of its construction and renovation businesses.

  • After the Observations management module, Site Monitoring and Forms Management are now being implemented. The Document Management and BIM modules of the RESOLVING suite will then ultimately be used.


A BIM culture structured around 5 years of practice

The company stared using BIM in 2015, as part of a design-build process that imposed it on all service providers, architects and design offices. What could have been seen as a constraint compromising the profitability of a project was perceived by the technical and general management of PARIS-OUEST CONSTRUCTION as an opportunity, marking its access to a new generation of technologies and business practices.
It is in this context that PARIS-OUEST CONSTRUCTION will adopt RESOLVING’s digital tools for monitoring worksites and raising defects accessible on digital tablets.

A new step with RESOLVING

In June 2020, PARIS-OUEST CONSTRUCTION decided to take another step and, following full-scale tests, definitively opted for RESOLVING's Construction Site Monitoring and Snags/Defects Management solution. More than a new tool, the switch to RESOLVING technology marks a strong commitment to a digital future. It is a first step towards the deployment of the full suite of RESOLVING business tools, starting at the end of this year with additional modules, Document Management and BIM.

A digital transformation based on the reality on the field

The Technical and Digital Transition Department of PARIS-OUEST CONSTRUCTION is staffed by 8 people, 4 of whom are BIM specialists, coordinating engineers, modelers and developers. BIM coordinators are the active agents of a digital future. In addition to preparing BIM models upstream, they steer external partners and internal users through their digital evolution.

For the 15 projects we are running in parallel, the digital tools are likely to be used by 50 to 80 users with different business profiles and IT cultures. Our role is not just to impose a new tool, but to accompany the change for all users and thus set in motion the digital transformation of the entire company, explained Xavier TOURNILLON Technical and Digital Transition Director of Paris-Ouest Construction. .

RESOLVING consultants will provide support for setting up methods for collecting, analyzing and standardizing user practices, which is a prerequisite for any effective digitalisation of internal methods and processes.
RESOLVING will also help train users on the tools.

We know that the digital transition of buildings – both at the construction and the management stage - with home automation, is a source of overall energy optimisation, said Xavier TOURNILLON. We are committed to these developments and RESOLVING's tools will help make them happen.

Print press release

As a general contractor controlling all the trades, PARIS-OUEST CONSTRUCTION is an independent family business, recognised for its values, the mastery of its know-how and the satisfaction of its customers.
PARIS-OUEST CONSTRUCTION now has 270 employees, committed to common values that include:
- Quality of listening and service
- Reactivity and sense of general interest
- Solidarity and team spirit
- Flexibility, creativity and anticipation
The company operates in Paris and the Paris region on a wide range of new and refurbished real estate projects: housing for first-time buyers, social housing, community facilities, hotels and service residences, public facilities, renovation fittings, Structural work and after-sales service.
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RESOLVING offers a collaborative cloud-based platform to manage data and processes for the construction and real estate industries. Its technologies cover the entire lifecycle of assets, from the Design and Construction phases to the Operation and Deconstruction phases.
Teams collaborate around plans, BIM models, documents and all project data by integrating a suite of modules adapted to the specific needs of their business: Document Management, Site Monitoring, BIM Review, Control Forms, Inspections and more.
Asset data and processes are centralised on a single digital base, accessible in mobility (tablet and smartphone) and from the office via a Web interface. The platform connects with its customers' information systems via APIs to share data.
RESOLVING, a digital accelerator for the real estate and construction industries, was created in 2003. Its head office is located in Lyon, with offices in Paris, London and Hong Kong.