MANCHESTER, NH and LONDON, UK, July 18, 2019 – Newforma, a leader in Project Information Management software for architects, engineers, contractors and owners (AECO) worldwide, announces Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM), an architecture and planning firm located in London, United Kingdom, with 400+ employees and ranked #4 in the AJ100, as one of its newest customers.
“We moved to Newforma Project Center because it provides us with a set of productivity tools that are applicable to every one of our staff – across all aspects of our business,” said Keith Austin, knowledge systems manager at AHMM. “Projects, by their nature, develop in size and scope and we need to be flexible to respond to this. Project Center supports that flexibility, whilst giving us confidence that our information is easily managed and discoverable.”
Newforma enables architects, engineers, contractors, and owners to be more effective as they organize project data, collaborate with project team members and manage construction projects from inception to delivery. Newforma Project Center users work with the software every day to reduce risk inherent in any project through simplifying the organization, distribution, and access of critical project information (e.g. emails, RFIs and submittals, etc.) while being able to maintain a full audit trail.
“AHMM, ranked #4 in the AJ100, has joined the majority of their peers by moving to Project Center and we’re delighted to be working with them,” said chief operating officer of Newforma, Ray DeZenzo.
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris makes buildings that are satisfying to use and beautiful to look at. The year 2008 was a particularly important year for the practice; Westminster Academy won over 15 design awards including the RIBA London Building of the Year and was shortlisted for the Stirling Prize; Adelaide Wharf housing scheme won CABE’s Building for Life Award and a Housing Design Award; Barking Learning Centre was awarded the BCIA Local Authority Award; and AHMM was named Building Design’s Architect of the Year, earning the Richard Feilden Award.
Newforma’s Project Information Management software enables architects, engineers, contractors and owners to reduce time spent on administrative tasks, streamline project workflows and power real-time collaboration for project teams. To date, more than 1,500 architecture, engineering, and construction companies have used Newforma software on more than 3 million projects around the world.
For more information, please visit www.newforma.com.