Aconex serves Portugal’s first PPP Hospital Project

Project name: Cascais Hospital | Industry: Health & EducationLocation: Cascais, Portugal

Cascais Hospital is Portugal’s first public-private partnership (PPP) hospital development. The hospital includes 250 beds, which will serve the 200,000 residents of Cascais and its surrounding municipalities. 


  • Diverse group of stakeholders in a public-private partnership, with complex reporting requirements.
  • Project team dispersed throughout Portugal and Spain.
  • Large volume of documents and correspondence generated over the project lifecycle.
  • Requirement to store all project information in one place rather than across multiple PCs.


  • Secure, neutral collaboration platform for all project information and process management.
  • Document management with version control to avoid errors and rework due to outdated drawings and documents.
  • Automated workflows for review and approval.
  • Audit trail of all project activity and data for compliance and dispute resolution.


  • Improved efficiency and reduced risk.
  • Fast data distribution and retrieval across the project team.
  • Reduced costs for document printing and storage.
  • Easy-to-use system, with construction-specific functionality, user training and online support.
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