22/06/2020 - 14:51

iConstruct lands the Italian job

22/06/2020 - 14:51

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Construction technology developed in Perth will be used by an Italian contractor after a deal worth up to $1 million was signed last week.

iConstruct executives Shawn Weir (left) and Carl Faulkner.

Construction technology developed in Perth will be used by an Italian contractor after a deal worth up to $1 million was signed last week.

iConstruct is a software company spun-out of PDC BIM, an engineering services business acquired by US-based DBM Global in 2016.

The company employs 20 people around the world, including four in Perth.

Its main product is work-packaging software for oil and gas projects, which manages resources on construction projects and is used for workforce planning.

The company’s latest contract was with engineering, procurement and construction contractor Maire Tecnimont, based in Milan.

iConstruct said it was the first major signing of the latest generation of its platform.

Maire had trialled the technology for 12 months before signing on.

It follows an agreement with SK Engineering & Construction Co in May.

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