Coreworx for Omani petrochemical new build

Construction software interface management solution supports $3.6 billion mega project.

Ontario headquartered Coreworx is to provide its interface management software to Oman’s state owned ORPIC’s $3.6 billion Liwa petrochemical new build in the northern industrial city of Sohar. Coreworx’ software addresses the complex dependencies between the diverse software used by different engineering contractors which ‘can create challenges to successful project execution.’ Coreworx provides a pre-configured, web-based solution that supports the ‘direct and formalized communication’ between the four major international EPCs operating working on the project from different geographies.

Coreworx CEO Ray Simonson said, ‘This project required a proven solution that could manage the large volume of project interfaces between EPCs as well as the numerous interfaces with regulatory agencies, local government offices and suppliers. Coreworx Interface Management was designed for capital projects of all sizes and offers stakeholders unparalleled transparency and decision support with its owner oversight tools and dashboards.’

Coreworx clients include Fluor and Chevron, Shell and Saudi Aramco, and claims an aggregate 100,000+ users.

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