Fluor Expands Intergraph Global Alliance Agreement

November 5, 2009 at 1:19 am Leave a comment

Fluor Corp., an engineering, procurement, construction and maintenance (EPCM) company, has renewed its Global Alliance Agreement (GAA) with Intergraph for the next five years. This agreement covers the Intergraph SmartPlant® and SmartMarine® Enterprise software suites, including SmartPlant 3D, PDS®, SmartPlant P&ID, and SmartPlant Instrumentation and numerous other solutions.

            As an Intergraph customer for 35 years, Fluor uses Intergraph enterprise engineering solutions on a significant number of its mid- and large-tier contracts across multiple industry sectors, including oil and gas, power, mining and chemical.

            SmartPlant Enterprise is an integrated solutions suite that provides full design, construction, materials and engineering data management capabilities needed for the creation, safe operation and maintenance, and capital project lifecycle management of process, power, marine and offshore projects. The software’s lifecycle data management capability facilitates the handover for EPCs to owner operators and allows owner operators to more easily manage, maintain, refurbish or modify their plants.

            “We are pleased to continue our Global Alliance Agreement with Intergraph,” said Peter Moore, VP Project Execution Services at Fluor. “This agreement fosters a continued partnership that we expect to be mutually beneficial to both companies.”

            Gerhard Sallinger, President of Intergraph Process, Power and Marine, said: “Fluor has always been an early adopter of new technologies and a well-trusted partner. We look forward to many more years of providing superior solutions to meet Fluor’s business needs.”






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