Collaboration in drinking Water distribution
As the main drinking water producer in Luxembourg, SEBES collects, stores,
controls, and distributes water to major clients and subdistributors. The
company undertook a global integration, communications, and traceability
project to respond to concerns about archiving, retrieving, accessing, and
sharing data. Capital costs were $70,000.
A Project Wise installation implemented the functionality required to fulfill the
specifications set up by the dedicated team. Project Wise Integration Server
provided scalable, standards-based data warehouse functionality. Teams of
supervising staff, technical development, maintenance, chemical laboratory,
and land surveying now collaborate through one central server installation.
Walsh Construction Co.
Arizona CAP Water Treatment Plant Expansion Project
Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Walsh Construction undertook a $76.9 million contract to expand the capacity
of the CAP Water Treatment Plant for the city of Scottsdale, Ariz., within a
period of four years and three months. Bentley software including PlantSpace
and GEOPAK drastically reduced errors in the field by aiding in full coordination
among various scopes of work and disciplines early in the construction phase.
The project team created a 3D model representing virtually every component
of the project, which enabled evaluation of the constructability of the proposed
design and better decisions about construction staging. Visualization of the
structures gave the project managers the power to better plan, coordinate, review,
verify, and communicate – all of which were crucial for successful delivery.