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Gateway 3 Management for Asset Owners

Ensure portfolio compliance with consistent Gateway 3 management

Specify Gateway 3 Management across your property portfolio with dedicated Building Safety Act tracking to ensure compliance and consistent Gateway 3 management.

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Grainger  PLC Logo
Berkeley Group Holdings Logo
Peabody Logo
Canary Wharf Group PLC Logo
Grainger  PLC Logo
Berkeley Group Holdings Logo
Peabody Logo
Canary Wharf Group PLC Logo
Grainger  PLC Logo
Berkeley Group Holdings Logo
Peabody Logo

Obtain completion certification to expedite new building registration and occupancy

As an Accountable Person you are required to ensure compliance with the Building Safety Act (BSA). Take charge of capturing a comprehensive and accurate digital dataset of basic building information and construction details so you have sufficient information to support and evidence BSA compliance.

Choose the right solution for your contractors

Ensure contractors deliver consistent information in one platform so compliance can be tracked across your entire portfolio.

Bringing all building information and deliverables into one dashboard provides a holistic picture of Building Safety Act compliance.

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Retain a golden thread of information

Building owners must now demonstrate compliance with matters of fire and structural safety.

A single platform for building information is the fastest way to submit Key Building Information and Building Safety Cases.

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Take complete control of your portfolio

As property portfolios grow, information management challenges can become more difficult to manage.

Utilise a standard digital platform to deliver structured information consistently and prevent wasting resources and addressing data quality issues later.

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FAQs

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What is gateway 3 of the Building Safety Act?
Gateway 3 acts as the final checkpoint at the completion stage of a building acting as the decisive stop/go point before asset owners can start moving residents into a higher-risk building.
When is Gateway 3 mandatory?
In-flight Higher Risk Residential Buidling (HRRB) of which plans have been deposited by 1 October 2023 with construction already started and the placement of permanent foundations starts by 6 April 2024, may remain under existing building control. New buildings completed after the transition period must be Gateway 3 compliant.
What are the Building Safety Act Gateway 3 requirements?
The Gateway 3 application should contain as-built drawings of the building, including records of on-site changes to engineer and architect drawings, what has been installed on site including locations of all the mechanical, electrical and public health systems and components installed, as well as ensuring potential risks have been identified and mitigated and detail on how they are being managed and controlled.
Who is responsible for Gateway 3 compliance?
Historically, building owners and managers relied on the contractor to deliver a compliant building with contractual mechanisms in place to cover any liabilities arising from non-compliant or defective works. The Building Safety Act changes the focus by placing responsibility on an Accountable Person to ensure sufficient information is captured to support and evidence the building safety case. This information must be easily accessible and updated in the event of any changes to the building during its lifecycle.
What are the gateways for the Building Safety Act?
In order to gain more oversight and regulatory control over higher-risk buildings (residential buildings, care homes and hospitals which are 18 metres or more in height, or at least seven storeys), the Building Safety Act introduces the implementation of three gateways strategically placed at crucial points of design and construction. Crucially, Gateways two and three act as a stop/go decision point. All construction must be verified and demonstrate that it has been completed according to the as-built design, as well as required standards and regulations.
Why can’t I rely on contractor Common Data Environments (CDEs)?
While many contractors may already have a CDE today to manage project data, they may not be well equipped to manage the Gateway 3 process or be able gather a consolidated data set for a comprehensive building safety case.
How do your templates work?
The Zutec Gateway 3 template offers a consolidated data set specifically tailored to the Building Safety Act requirements and Gateway 3 with the ability to bring together a building safety case and the golden thread of information. Having a dedicated platform for this means you can readily understand the information you have and how compliant you are.