“Archistar has filled that missing link. We can run the early stage feasibility and design without doing too much research or paying a lot of money to consultants. That’s a huge advantage for our business.”
“Before archistar.ai, we faced a variety of challenges and boundaries when considering a vacant lot or even a pre-existing site. Attempting to imagine what type of development we could put on there was quite difficult.
We don’t have the luxury of an in-house designer, so there was a missing link between what we imagined could go on the site and what could be built in reality.
archistar.ai has filled that missing link. It’s helped us by providing the early stage inspiration together with the actual permitted use of the site. We can run the early stage feasibility and design without doing too much research or paying a lot of money to designers and architects. And that’s a huge advantage for our business.
Before archistar.ai, we used many different starting points and platforms to gather our information for both the acquisition of sites and pre-existing sites. None of them were as thorough as archistar.ai.
We’re currently converting all our internal processes using only the one platform of archistar.ai. We have found it far superior, and to be more consistent and concise than the other council websites and platforms. archistar.ai seamlessly pulls together all the information and planning requirements necessary for our business.
The time and effort that archistar.ai saves us is in the process is outstanding. All our staff responsible for finding and researching sites are now well trained and up to speed in using the archistar.ai platform. We have seen significant increases in productivity as this powerful platform does of large amount of the work for them.
I would suggest we are running at least triple the feasibilities than we could previously. So it’s not only saving us huge amounts of time, but also a lot of money.
Additionally, streamlining the process to just one platform in archistar.ai has meant we can now pull back on the multiple subscriptions that we previously had access to, clearing up many of the other outgoings on now unnecessary services.”