- May 12, 2016
- Case Study
Technovision has plans to use AVEVA‚Äôs IE&D solutions in all of its projects, to achieve its objectives of optimum engineering schedules, accurate and cost-effective design, and the elimination of clashes, errors and omissions that create costly surprises during construction.
12 May 2016 - AVEVA announced that Technovision, the Engineering Subsidiary of Turkey’s EPC Contractor, Calik Enerji, has implemented AVEVA’s Integrated Engineering & Design (IE&D) solution. The AVEVA software is designed to enable greater design accuracy and optimum use of skilled engineering man hours on projects. This software has enabled Technovision to standardise its design engineering practices, and to benefit from higher quality engineering deliverables and increased project efficiency.
Any design errors at a project’s FEED stage can, if not quickly identified and corrected, waste considerable time and money in rework during on-site construction. Commonly encountered problems are inaccurate cable and pipe lengths, as well as physical clashes.
"At Technovision we provide the design and engineering services for large and complex power plant projects,’ explained Mr. B. D. Banerjee, Technical Deputy Managing Director of Technovision. "Any delay or rework in construction will have a significant impact on completion time and cost overrun to our client, Calik Enerji. By using an integrated approach we benefit in several ways from greater project control and timely actions. Our engineers have better visibility of the overall design and can review and improve design continually from the earliest stage of the project. Deliverables are more accurate and consistent across all the engineering and design disciplines, which not only reduces work in the design office but also reduces overall project cost and time."
Technovision has plans to use AVEVA’s IE&D solutions in all of its projects, to achieve its objectives of optimum engineering schedules, accurate and cost-effective design, and the elimination of clashes, errors and omissions that create costly surprises during construction.Learn More
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