Korea District Heating Engineering Co., Ltd
CES Construction for Southeast Logistics District of Seoul
Seoul, South Korea
To maintain district heating service in the southeastern logistics district of
Seoul, South Korea, Korea District Heating Engineering Co. upgraded the
existing 800 megawatt combined heat and power plant with a new computer
engineering system, gas turbine, and refrigeration system. The design cost was
budgeted for 20 billion won, with a total construction cost of 200 billion won.
Using PlantSpace the company saved 10 percent in man-hour time and labor,
or roughly 40 billion won. PlantSpace increased workflows by 30 percent and
reduced rework to less than 1 percent. The interoperable products also enabled
the project team to collaborate on the design with the main vendor of the power
plant equipment by exchanging 3D modeling files.
Korea Power Engineering Company
POSCO Power Combined Cycle Plant
Incheon, South Korea
The POSCO Power Combined Cycle Power Plant in Incheon, South Korea,
consists of two combined-cycle units, each comprised of two heat recovery
steam generators without supplementary firing in triple-pressure reheat cycle.
Bentley solutions ensured the delivery of the right information to the right
people on dispersed project teams.
PlantSpace enabled internal and external design reviews and interference
checking prior to construction releases to minimize field change and stay on
schedule. It also enabled the team to work in parallel across disciplines and
integrate design outputs from multiple locations and agencies to ensure all
components were accessible. This helped to minimize plant outage time and