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Martin Tompkins

Respond quickly and dynamically Moers on short-term changes in plant construction, Germany 02 July 2013: Martin Tompkins is process plant designers at WSP CEL. He knows that customers change their minds very often in the short term. Recently he explained to us how to always satisfy the customers at the 3D planning of large investment projects. The WSP CEL engineering designs and builds process and production systems for pharmaceutical, food, chemical and energy companies. Special flexibility for changes is expected by software. “Customers their requirements change frequently, mostly located in the project or even later,” as Martin Tompkins. If it faces short-term changes at the end of the project, a flexible 3D-Anlagenbau-Software pays particularly.” Changes quickly implement changes of process, involving for example piping diameter, valves or pumps be changed, have the greatest consequences. Often you must with the layout from scratch again start and change up to 30% of the investment.

Influence at Pharmaprojekten “Layout changes the air flow rate and thus the ventilation systems, so that also the channels need to be adjusted,” as Martin Tompkins. The customer also pays for unexpected changes, so it be implemented as soon as possible.” 4 times faster in 3D designing their projects with MPDS4 WSP CEL. The professional system construction software by CAD schroer group allows a dynamic and catalog-driven 3D of complete process plants. Changes at the last minute we meet like and can implement even during project meetings these, “so Martin Tompkins. In 3D to make the change only once. All derived 2D adjusted automatically by the software. Manual adjustments of the drawings such as layouts, different views of the detail drawings, Mpds4, etc are eliminated so completely. In other systems we would need at least four times as long for the adjustments.” Video: plant construction with MPDS4: check fast feasibility, high quality 3D-Rundgange mpds4 Concept usability and simplify the communication.

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