Online Management


The site is designed to provide an on line storage facility for your building related information. Using a simple interface users can create, upload, store and share data.

Designed to construction industry standards in compliance with Building Regulations legislation, the information can be used by both building professionals and end users alike.

Online Building Log Books

  • The on line Building Log Book provides a central storage and reference document for your building related data.
  • A dedicated energy metering and monitoring section enables both manual and automatic metering data to be collected and analysed.
  • Extensive help menus provide examples which can be copied and edited as required.

Management Made Simple

  • The system enables users to directly enter data and well as upload documents, drawings and images.
  • Information can be shared between all levels of building users from staff who simply need to access basic operational information through to engineers who require more detailed information.
  • The system has facilities to reference or link documents such as operating and maintenance manuals and test certification

Online Log Book Features

  • Templates - pre-formatted with help text
  • Simple Online Editor - Edit & upload any section with ease.
  • Energy Metering & Monitoring - record energy usage data both manually and automatically
  • Share - allow approved users to see and read documents
  • Cost effective - no software to install accessed via an Internet browser

The Building Regulations require building log books!


The building log book is analogous to a simple car handbook, providing the building manager with easily understood information about how the building is meant to work. It also allows ongoing building performance and major alterations to be recorded.

The log book should be reviewed annually as part of the organisations quality assurance system and an entry should be made for each review.

  • Building Regulations Part L2

    Part L2 regulatory requirement is to reduce building energy

  • CIBSE TM 31

    A Guide To Building Log Books

  • Action Energy Good Practice Guide