CONNECTING PROJECT TEAMS
China Huanqiu Contracting & Engineering has five subsidiaries throughout China
with more than 1,000 employees. The company had multiple systems for project
management in 2D and 3D design, which made it difficult to share and exchange
engineering information among systems. To more accurately and efficiently
manage engineering content during the entire lifecycle of projects, the company
deployed Project Wise.
Design teams from different locations were connected using Project Wise’s
distributed functions, enabling team members to access the latest versions of
project files. The Project Wise collaboration system allows teams to customize
sets of attributes suitable for different projects and to expand functionality to
meet specific needs. With Project Wise, engineers save 30 percent in man-hours
due to efficient information sharing and searching.
China Huanqiu Contracting & Engineering Corp.
Establishing a Collaborative Content Management Platform
As the document manager relaying information between designers and
specialty contractors, DPR Construction is responsible for communicating
the latest information to all teams. DPR’s USD 500,000 Project Wise
implementation has been the document-sharing platform for 41 projects with a
combined net value of more than USD 2. 5 billion since 2009, facilitating efficient
collaboration by unifying team members in multiple companies at different
geographic locations across 10 regions.
Project Wise has streamlined information exchange and improved performance
among team members by automating the workflow. San Francisco, Calif.-based
DPR Construction has a Project Wise network that currently has 1,300 users
in 300 companies. As more companies join the DPR network, Project Wise
deployment on new projects becomes quicker, and conversations that can save
money and time are more direct and transparent.
San Francisco, California, United States