ProjectCentre enabled the integration of correspondence, documentation and data for post-earthquake design, planning and construction phases to lift efficiency, lower costs and improve decision-making.
SCIRT used many communications channels to maintain an open and honest dialogue with the community during its rebuild programme. These helped build tolerance and understanding around the disruptive nature of SCIRT's work. Regular community surveys showed SCIRT's most effective communication tool was the Work Notice.
Supporting businesses affected by SCIRT rebuild works was critical to help businesses continue to operate, and to maintain community confidence.
Independent research underpinned SCIRT's communications programme, providing insights into the public's perception of its work and identifying areas for improvement.
School visits were an important communications tool SCIRT used to promote to children how to keep safe around its work sites and to inform local people about its work.