ADP Ingénierie wins 2017 Aconex Connect Award
Now in their second year, the 2017 Aconex Connect Awards honour 30 customers worldwide for innovation in delivering significant construction and infrastructure projects efficiently and economically.
Aconex customers were nominated for the Aconex Connect Awards in three categories:
- Hero Award – managing change in projects to minimise risk and save costs
- Project Award – collaborating effectively across project teams for successful delivery
- Enterprise Award – standardising best project practices across enterprise portfolios.
ADP Ingénierie is one of the winners in 2017 with a Hero Award to Marc Genteuil, Project Information and Documentation Manager at ADP Ingénierie, for the standardization of collaborative tools, working methods and validation procedures across projects.
"I'm very proud to receive this award by Aconex. It recognizes the collective technical excellence in terms of management and methodology that bring innovation and performance at the scale of the project and the company."
Aconex provides the #1 cloud and mobile collaboration platform for the global construction industry. This platform connects owners, contractors and their project teams in the construction, infrastructure, and energy and resources sectors, providing project-wide visibility and control between the many different organizations collaborating across their projects. With more than 70,000 user organizations and over $1 trillion of project value delivered in more than 70 countries, Aconex is the industry’s most widely adopted and trusted platform. Founded in 2000, Aconex has 47 offices in 23 countries around the world. The company’s ordinary shares are traded on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) under the ticker code ACX and are included in the S&P/ASX 200 Index.
About ADP Ingénierie
ADP Ingénierie, a wholly-owned Groupe ADP subsidiary, is a French engineering company that carries out architectural and engineering worldwide activities dealing with design of new airports or existing airports development.
Its teams of experts can accompany a project from the initial design to operational stages and group together multiple skills, from engineering to architecture, studies and the supervision of works.
With 400 employees of 40 nationalities working in 16 different countries, ADP Ingénierie is presently carrying out over 130 projects concurrently worldwide.