When a major general contractor won the bid to develop 50km of a new autoroute in Southern Europe, involving both the widening of existing lanes and the creation of several kilometers of new road, its project team faced a complex problem.
How can the margin calculated during the bid be achieved with unpredictable and escalating fuel prices, and an increasing shortage of labor and machines?
To solve the dilemma, they turned to Digital Construction Works (DCW).
A top ranking international construction services company is the lead contractor for revitalizing a prestigious concert hall. The company has earned recognition for undertaking large, complex projects, fostering innovation, embracing emerging technologies, and making a difference for its clients, employees, and community.
The DCW Integrations Platform seamlessly integrated multiple applications to help Mortenson streamline the construction supply chain for the largest soccer-specific stadium in the United States, Geodis Park, being built for Nashville Soccer Club. The DCW team helped automate the project team’s material management process by developing custom integrations with its supply chain models and materials readiness application.
DCW Mass Haul Earthworks with MAGNET Project is boosting workflow and efficiency on one of the largest construction projects in Norway’s history, connecting five islands to the mainland through a road network that features three new bridges and more than eight miles of undersea tunnels.
When Norway needed to control costs on improvements to one of its most critical roads, engineers turned to DCW Mass Haul Earthworks with MAGNET Project, reducing planning and construction budgets by twenty percent and allowing the twenty-seven kilometer highway to open three months ahead of schedule.