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Aconex Saves Time on Offshore Wind Farm Project

June 7, 2017
Construction Management Platform Connects Remote Teams to Accelerate Data Flows

Aconex Limited (ASX: ACX), provider of the #1 global platform connecting teams on construction and engineering projects, today announced that Deepwater Wind, LLC, the nation’s leading offshore wind energy development group, turned to Aconex to manage project information during the design and construction of the Block Island Wind Farm.

Close collaboration among the various stakeholders, contractors and suppliers was critical to ensure that all the wind farm components – foundations, cable systems, turbines, and blades – came together as planned. “Design and construction needed to be carefully and closely coordinated,” said Deepwater Wind President Chris van Beek. “Document control was essential in making sure we delivered the project within budget and on time.” After evaluating available project management systems on the market, the company chose Aconex for its ease of project set-up and use, extensive customer support, and successful track record with similar developments.

“Some of the design files that we had to share with contractors were very large,” said Mr. van Beek. “Uploading, transmitting and updating these files on Aconex was very straightforward and efficient. The platform was a great solution for executing design reviews and other complex processes within relatively short time frames.”

“Deepwater Wind has earned a reputation as a leading developer in the emerging U.S. market for offshore wind power,” said Frank Kopas, general manager of the Americas at Aconex. “We congratulate them on the successful commissioning of the Block Island Wind Farm, and we look forward to supporting the company with similar projects in the future.”

Source credit: https://www.aconex.com/news/press-release/aconex-saves-time-offshore-wind-farm-project

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