Assemble Systems and Oracle Construction and Engineering Offer Model-based Scheduling for Construction
Construction industry to benefit from timeline simulation and BIM data integration with Oracle’s Primavera P6 schedules
Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jan 31, 2018
Assemble Systems, a Gold level member of Oracle Partner Network (OPN), today announced a model-based scheduling integration with Oracle’s Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management scheduling software. Oracle’s Primavera P6 is the de facto standard and a leader in planning and scheduling for the Commercial Building and the Engineering, Procurement and Construction industry. Oracle customers will be able to enhance the value of their Primavera P6 implementation and improve their construction projects by leveraging Building Information Model (BIM) data through this integration.
Assemble’s integration with Primavera P6 enables construction managers to combine the baseline schedule and the BIM data to communicate construction sequencing to owners and other partners. Market research indicates that 4D schedule simulation is helpful with its ability to marry highly detailed scheduling to design and construction models. However, it is often viewed as too complex and difficult to share across project teams, due to the constantly changing nature of the models, activities, and other schedule data used. The new integration will allow users to easily create simulations, cost-loaded schedules, micro-schedules, and manage constant project changes.
“BIM has been playing an increasingly vital role in the evolution of the construction industry, however there has been a need to bring the same efficiencies from BIM to scheduling processes. We are pleased to work with Assemble to bring this combination of scope and schedule to our Primavera P6 customers,” said Andy Verone, Vice President Product Strategy, Oracle Construction and Engineering.
“I’m proud of our innovative development team who built this integration to provide our customers with another powerful tool from the Assemble Cloud,” said Donald Henrich, Assemble CEO. “Assemble focuses on combining data from models, drawings, and point clouds and making connections to existing customer systems including Oracle’s Primavera P6. We are very happy to team with Oracle Construction and Engineering to drive the construction industry forward.”
The integration was unveiled at the Construction CPM Conference in New Orleans this week. If you would like to learn more about the Assemble and Oracle integration, contact the Assemble team today here.
About Oracle Construction and Engineering
Oracle Construction and Engineering delivers best-in-class project management solutions that empower organizations to proactively manage projects, gain complete visibility, improve collaboration, and manage change. Its cloud-based solutions for global project planning and execution help improve strategy execution, operations, and financial performance. For more information, please visit www.oracle.com/construction-and-engineering.
Assemble Systems provides a SaaS solution that acts as a HUB consuming Building Information Models, drawings, and point clouds. This solution enables construction professionals to condition, query, and connect the data to key workflows. These workflows include bid management, estimating, project management, scheduling, site management, and finance. Today, Assemble is used by over 195 companies including one fourth of the ENR 400 and at over 1,000 construction offices and sites around the world. To learn more about Assemble Systems, visit www.assemblesystems.com.
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