Houston, Texas (March 19, 2017): Coreworx Inc. (“Coreworx”) announced today a leading EPC organization has signed an LOA to purchase Coreworx Interface Management that will be used on a refinery modernization project. The cost of the modernization project is estimated at more than $1.5 billion and once complete, it will increase the capacity of the refinery and extend the operational period of the facility.
“Coreworx solutions have been a tool of choice for major EPC companies for the last 10 years. We understand the complexities involved with managing information and deliverables related to internal and external interfaces and the risks associated. Our clients see the value our solutions bring to their complex projects – and this LOA demonstrates the confidence they have in our solutions,” said John Gillberry, Coreworx CEO.
About Coreworx Interface Management
All capital engineering and construction projects involve complex interface dependencies between contracting parties. These interfaces can create challenges to successful project execution. Coreworx Interface Management software helps project teams overcome these interface challenges through a pre-configured, web-based solution that supports the direct and formalized communication between contractors.
Coreworx is a software and services company that provides integrated information management software solutions, including Coreworx Interface Management, for the world’s engineering and construction projects. Coreworx solutions service a portfolio of projects valued at over $1 trillion across 40 countries, on more than 2000 projects with 100,000+ users.
Coreworx software enables EPCs, owner-operators, and contractors to automate best practices, mitigate business risk, and improve performance to budget throughout the entire project life cycle. Coreworx has development and sales locations in Houston, Calgary, and Kitchener.
For more information, visit: www.coreworx.com
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