Our client’s end asset is based in New Zealand. They asked us to design a diesel bunkering line, which needed input from teams in the UK and in New Zealand. The project was on a tight timescale, and so we needed to provide a solution that would make the design and fabrication smooth and efficient.
In order to make sure all parties could contribute to the project, we used our bespoke visual data management platform, TEXZONE, to manage, collaborate and plan. So, despite the time zone differences, all teams were able to be involved in the design review before pre-fabrication and installation to save time, and to bring flexibility and agility to the scope of work. We used Faro Scanner, Autodesk Plant 3D, Autodesk Recap and Autodesk Navisworks to manage a precise and efficient design process.
We were able to meet the client’s expectations through the use of the latest digital technologies and an innovative approach to the design process. Clear communication meant we were able to design, review, pre-fabricate and install the diesel line before the asset left the Port of Dundee.