AVEVA presents at high-profile Alberta events

Calgary, AB – 28 May 2013:AVEVA announced today that it is presenting at two key industry events in the Alberta region of Canada.

  • Innovation in Construction Forum 2013 hosted by the Hole School of Construction Engineering at the University of Alberta takes place June 9th – 11th, 2013 at the Edmonton ExpoCenter, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  • The SPED Members Annual General Meeting (AGM)takes place June 13th, 2013 at the The Belfry Gastro House, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

At the Innovation in Construction Forum 2013, AVEVA will speak in the Plenary Session ‘Challenges in Industrial Construction’ on the morning of Monday, June 10th. The presentation, Building Excitement:  AVEVA’s solution for Advanced Workface Planning, will discuss how AVEVA has successfully developed cutting-edge software for the capital project construction industry. This solution enables accurate planning by maximising the use of site resources and planning in job-level detail, while integrating with 3D modelling, procurement and material management systems. The subsequent reduction in idle time and enhanced project control is helping companies to meet increasingly tight project schedules.

At the SPED Members AGM, AVEVA will be presenting its newly launched Integrated Engineering & Design solution, AVEVA Everything3D (AVEVA E3D), enabling plant design for lean construction. The presentation will also include a high-level overview of AVEVA’s continued support for SPED, and its associated Chapters, across North America.

“We work closely with organisations such as SPED and the Hole School of Construction Engineering to further strengthen our relationships with both industry and academia,” said William Muldoon, Executive Vice-President – North America, AVEVA. “Both events give the opportunity to show how our software can increase business performance across a wide range of industries. We look forward to these two events, which will provide us with ideal opportunities to showcase our open, flexible software.”

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