The Boldt Company is using Touchplan to build a new research facility for the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) to house all its researchers on the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital Campus under one roof. The project has been 20 years in the making; when complete, the new building will total over 200,000 SF and $176 Million.
“Having Touchplan allows us to take the planning board out to the field. We can meet in the trade trailer and work with partners and make changes. The other huge value-add with Touchplan is all those changes happen in real-time, so the entire team is updated immediately. Having that live real-time capacity and see that ticket move; it stimulated the pull plan and aligned with our Boldt process of both statusing automatically, or statusing in real-time and being able to do pull plans from wherever we are.”