Coreworx Introduces Interface Management Offshore Solution

November 19, 2009 at 6:21 am Leave a comment

Coreworx Inc., a subsidiary of Acorn Energy Inc., announced the release of Coreworx Interface Management for its project execution and information control software used by global energy companies to manage major capital project execution risk.

            Fluor Corporation worked with Coreworx to develop the next-generation product to improve upon their existing proven software, IMpart℠ and become an integrated part of the Fluor global project template.

            “At Fluor, interface management is a core competency for successful management of mega projects. Fluor is working with Coreworx to significantly improve interface management software, known internally at Fluor as IMpart, which is currently used on major Fluor projects worldwide. To maintain our leadership in this area, it is critical that we have interface management,” said Peter Moore, VP Project Execution Services, Fluor Corp.

            Effective interface management is recognized as a critical success factor in major capital projects that are typical in the offshore oil industry. These best practices that have evolved out of modular construction techniques are another way to ensure on time and on budget delivery of process plants. These practices evolved as a direct result of mega projects involving many interdependent specialist contractors who are responsible for delivering major sub‐systems. The development of an interface management program that includes early identification, definition, management and orderly close out of interfaces is considered best practices to mitigate interface‐related project risks and ensure projects come in on time and on budget.

            “Large modular construction projects, including deepwater drilling and building nuclear power plants, can be faced with managing risk associated with thousands of multi‐party interfaces. Coreworx Interface Management is an enterprise‐class solution that equips interface managers with monitoring and control tools for early identification, prioritization and quick resolution of interface issues. We’re very excited to work with Fluor to incorporate lessons learned from their successful deployment of our interface management solution,” said Ray Simonson, CEO of Coreworx.



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