Currently in the implementation phase, this project will link the strategic
and planning elements of Sydney Airport’s master plan to its infrastructure
requirements, including property development, retail management,
maintenance, financials, landside and airside improvements, and space
management of airport facilities. These infrastructure requirements are
managed by airport staff for enterprise use and are linked to the day-to-day
operation of the airport.
The Sydney Airport uses Project Wise and MicroStation to centralize and link
master document formats with managed document records while allowing
controlled edit access to a single master source. The engineering document
management system provides a more efficient, scaleable, and reliable
management environment that allows Sydney Airport’s 450 infrastructure and
engineering professionals to access asset and project information without
relying on Airport Design Services.
Sydney Airport Corporation Limited
Enterprise Engineering Document Management Project
The U.S. Army Garrison in Bamberg, Germany, consists of approximately 6
million square feet of combined housing, industrial, and office space; 3,300
acres of land and supporting infrastructure; 20 miles of roadway; and an
airfield, railroad, golf course, and forestland that supports a community
of approximately 10,000. The project goal was to create an accessible,
expandable, and stable document file system to support the work processes of
the Directorate of Public Works.
This file system establishes a common platform to access drawing and project-related information through an intuitive graphical user interface. Project Wise,
MicroStation, and Bentley Geospatial Server were used to create the new
file structure. The system’s geo-referencing search capabilities gives users
immediate access to drawings, which involves the workforce more actively in
the engineering process.
U.S. Army Garrison Bamberg
Project Wise and MicroStation Deployment