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Oracle Customer Success—University of Alaska, Fairbanks

University of Alaska, Fairbanks

University of Alaska Speeds Review Cycles by 75% with Aconex


We have had a very positive experience with Aconex.

— Michael Ruckhaus, Senior Project Manager, University of Alaska, Fairbanks

Project name: University of Alaska Fairbanks
Industry: Health & Education
Project size: US$245 million
Location: Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
The university’s day-to-day activities are dependent on the 50-year-old Atkinson Heat and Power Plant. The discovery of cracks in its existing boilers posed the risk of failure and the resulting requirement to upgrade the power plant. The upgrade was twice as large as any capital project ever undertaken by the university. The new plant includes a new 240,000 lb/hr boiler that generates up to 17 megawatts of power and an extraction steam turbine that provides enough steam to heat 3 million square feet of academic buildings, research facilities and housing.
Business Challenge
  • Reliance on FTP sites and stand-alone systems for handling submittals and documenting RFIs
  • High volume of documents with the potential to overwhelm existing solutions
  • Risk of inadequate document control delaying processes and impacting the project schedule and budget
  • Laborious and time-consuming use of spreadsheets for design reviews
  • Neutral, cloud-based platform providing security and control to all project stakeholders
  • Ready access to project files of all types and sizes, including multidimensional models, regardless of geographic location
  • Online viewer for reviews of drawings and mark-ups; structured communications for processing complex RFIs
  • Drag-and-drop workflows to keep processes moving through every phase of the project
  • Visibility into where documents are in the review process, with reminders of due dates
  • Central platform, making all project information trackable and reportable
  • Reduced design review cycles by 75% through automated workflow management
  • Shortened design review meetings by 30-50%, saving valuable engineering time

About University of Alaska, Fairbanks


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Published:  Jun 01, 2018