The first part Fontenoy has been delivered to customers in June 2016. The works are continuing on the second part, Segur, for which the delivery is planned in August 2017.
The data collection on site has been carried out from December 2015 to August 2016, within the framework of SUCCESS work package 2 Quantitative Analysis, Measures and Data collection. This task has been fulfilled according to a common methodology for the four worksites pilots, Paris, Luxembourg, Verona and Valencia, defined by the SUCCESS project roadmap. The purpose is to provide actual and substantial data to feed the Construction Supply Chain model, thanks to three:
- delivery and pick-up tracking (type of material delivered, trip characteristics…)
- activity monitoring: effective work part, rework, waiting time
- posteriori analysis, for example the record of the accidents rate.
Over the last 9 months, near to 1700 deliveries and almost 850 pickups have been recorded. Based on these data, several Key Performance Indicators (KPI) have been calculated, such as CO2 and PM emissions, travel time, congestion around the work site, etc.
Furthermore, the best practices on the French pilot have been studied, as a contribution to work package 6 Replicability and Take-up. Among these best practices, the setting up of a dedicated team responsible for logistics on the worksite, or the use of a complaint management software available on a touchscreen tablet.
The SUCCESS consortium is now working on defining relevant scenarios to evaluate the impact of alternative schemes, including Construction Consolidation Centres (CCC), to measure the impact on the whole supply chain.