The USD 70 million Paju Combined Heat and Power Plant will supply district
heating water and electricity to approximately 57,000 apartments in Paju City,
located northwest of the capital city of Seoul. The 515 megawatt power plant
was commissioned by the Korea District Heating Co. and has a district heating
capacity of 553 gram calories per hour.
Korea District Heating used MicroStation, Project Wise, PlantSpace, Structural
Modeler, and Bentley Navigator to develop a quality design in consultation
with design team members, partners, and the owner. Sharing of the latest
information and visual design reviews facilitated collaboration. The solutions
significantly reduced rework by enabling interference reviews, which shortened
the entire construction period by three weeks.
Korea District Heating Co., Ltd
Paju Combined Heat and Power Plant
Seongnam-si, South Korea
The Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant began operation in 1966 with a service
life that expires in 2015. Decommissioning the facility can take as long as
90 years so large-scale dismantling of the facility won’t begin until the 22nd
century. However, a system to archive all necessary information for the future
generations of specialists that will work on the decommissioning was needed
to avoid mistakes when the decontaminating and dismantling is performed in
The project team used Project Wise as the core system for managing
documents and other information. The team converted technical
documentation to electronic form and placed it in managed storage.
Additionally, Bentley’s PlantSpace technology allowed the team to develop
complicated large-scale 3D models of the facilities for decommissioning.
Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant
Information System “Decommissioning Database of Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant”