Building Passport

Building Passport revolutionises building information management, fostering competence, collaboration and eliminating hurdles in accessing accurate information, ultimately making the built environment safer and more efficient.




What we can help you with

  • Traditional building information is scattered across silos, hindering sourcing and sharing of relevant data.
  • It is time consuming to share individual, specific files with tenants of a building.
  • Lack of standardised formats complicates searching and accessing the right building information.
  • Transfer of building ownership or management often results in the loss of information and disconnection with stakeholders.
  • It is easy to lose track of missing or out-of-date information. With the Building Safety Act enforcement on the horizon, this is especially relevant.
  • Emergency Services frequently lack access to up-to-date and pertinent information during incidents.

Our solution

Building Passport is a platform to help owners and operators streamline the storage, organisation and sharing of their building information. Once a Building Passport is set up, the information contained within lives alongside a building forever, addressing the requirement for owners and operators to curate a Golden Thread of building information under the Building Safety Act. This also avoids the needs for repeat surveys and duplication of work.

Emergency services have access to an application to remotely gain access to the contents of a Secure Information Box, opening up the potential for improved building understanding and enhanced response.

Case study

Iain Thomson, COO of Assent Building Control:

"As Approved Inspectors we acquire a funnel of critical building and safety information. Creating Building Passports for our clients mean they never lose this information and can easily share it with professionals. It’s the first step in curating the 'Golden Thread’ of building information, highlighted by Dame Judith Hackitt to promote safety and transparency of information in the built environment."