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CH2M Adopts Enterprise Project Controls

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CASE STUDY CH2M ADOPTS ENTERPRISE PROJECT CONTROLS COMPANY PROFILE • Global engineering company that provides consulting, design, con- struction, and operations services • Manages more than 3,000 projects across a wide range of industries including government, cities, transportation, water, environment, nuclear, and energy • 5,000 clients in 50+ countries • USD $5.4 billion in revenue CHALLENGES • Project controls solution couldn't be used across business groups. • Using separate project delivery systems led to disparate data and unnecessary spending. • Enterprise-wide summary data unavailable for project cost or schedule performance. • Double data entry into multiple systems rendered project controls processes inefficient. SOFTWARE TO DRIVE STRONGER PROJECT DELIVERY CH2M is a global engineering company that provides consulting, design, construction, and operations services. As a project-focused organization, CH2M understands the importance of developing strong processes and accurate, timely information to drive smarter decision making for its projects. The motivation to adopt an enterprise project controls solution came from the difficulty in achieving clear visibility into project performance across the organization as different business groups leveraged disparate project delivery systems. Money was wasted on point solutions that couldn't be replicated. The lack of standardization - coupled with the manual effort needed to compile reports - was simply too inefficient. After an extensive industry search, CH2M adopted EcoSys Enterprise Projects Performance software to standardize and automate organizational best practices across business groups and to build the information needed to drive better forecasting and smarter decision making. EcoSys is currently used on CH2M's major projects, such as the Thames Water Tideway Tunnel program. As one of the world's largest and most complex wastewater programs, the Thames Tideway Tunnel will transform the ecology of London's river and provide the city with a sewerage system fit for at least the next 100 years. Drawing on its experience in tunneling and wastewater management, CH2M is managing the engineering, design, and delivery of the project. They rely on EcoSys for key project controls disciplines including budgeting, forecasting, change management, progress measurement, performance management such as earned value, and most importantly, timely reporting with current data. In addition to driving success on the Tideway Tunnel project, enterprise project controls can impact the different projects CH2M works on across industries from

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