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guangdong highway Design Institute Co., Ltd.
projectwise Application in Humen project
In Guangdong, china, the Humen no. 2 bridge spans an island and two
waterways to connect the towns of Dongyong and Shatian on the east and
west banks of the pearl river. The $1.8 billion viaduct is 20. 92 kilometers
long and is comprised of two suspension bridges. With various departments
and sectors involved, the vigorous engineering information management
requirements on this project made traditional workflows obsolete.
The Institute integrated the management information system with the
project Wise collaboration system to achieve resource sharing, uniform
workflows, and electronic archiving. Duplicate data entry was eliminated using
project Wise Dynamic plot for digital management of drawing reviews and
modifications. Synchronization between systems has improved work efficiency
on various project information management tasks by up to 50 percent.
hatch Associates, Limited
coal preparation plant raw coal and reliability Improvement project
To execute detailed design for a coal preparation plant improvement project in
new South Wales, Australia, Hatch had to draw upon discipline experts and
resources in five offices around the world. project Wise facilitated work-sharing
and collaboration among the offices to maximize engineering and design
productivity. caching servers were deployed locally for fast, l An-like access.
With multiple disciplines working simultaneously in different locations and time
zones, project Wise improved data security and interoperability. Appropriate
policy, security, and audit issues were explored and identified; and conformance
to standards and specifications among Bentley and third-party applications
was verified. This saved hours of remodeling. Hatch’s standard workflows and
practices were integrated into the system to ensure quality deliverables.