Port of Long Beach
Port of Long Beach CAd/GIS Project Plan
Long Beach, California, United States
The Port of Long Beach is a department of the city of Long Beach, Calif. The port
is a major transportation and trade center, providing the shipping terminals for
nearly one-third of the waterborne trade moving through the West Coast. To
improve the quality, efficiency, and accessibility of engineering data, as well
as ensure interoperability with GIS, the Port of Long Beach standardized on a
common CAD platform.
Project goals were achieved by analyzing as-is workflows and proposing to-be
workflows that leverage the software; developing the functional and technical
specifications; migrating the current document management system data and
as-built database; identifying new hardware and software specifications;
creating a comprehensive CAD standards manual and consultant guidelines;
deploying and configuring Project Wise and Bentley Map; integrating
applications; benchmarking; and training users.
Sydney Airport Corporation Limited
Enterprise Engineering document Management Project
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.