Korea District Heating Engineering Co., LTD
CES Construction for SouthEast Logistics district of Seoul
Seoul, South Korea
The Seoul Housing Corporation is building the SouthEast Logistics District in
a four-block area of Seoul, South Korea. Planned for completion in 2010, the
$1.4 billion commercial and entertainment complex will attract 150,000 visitors
daily and house 10,000 residents. The infrastructure includes a low-emission,
energy-efficient cooling, heating, and power supply system designed by Korea
District Heating Engineering.
The company is using PlantSpace to create and model mechanical equipment
in a 3D environment and Project Wise to collaborate with the consortium of
civil and engineering firms involved in the project – the largest and most costly
project ever planned in Seoul. Bentley solutions enables the delivery of the right
information to the right people so dispersed project teams can work together to
meet the project schedule.
Montgomery Watson Harza
One Global design Team – The MWH Transition Into a distributed Project Wise xM Environment
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Montgomery Watson Harza is creating a distributed global environment
to support its collaborative design and document management processes.
Project Wise provides consistent versions, databases, and hardware platforms
along with integrated design workflows and engineering content management
systems. Project challenges included differences in design process across the
global enterprise and IT infrastructure shortcomings.
A global project team was formed by the four key business leaders to ensure
the project had a global focus and awareness across all regions. The team
was able to tap expertise in all of the necessary areas of the enterprise and
included business leaders, technology leaders, CAD leads, CAD technicians, and
assistants working collaboratively to ensure the success of the project.