Hickory Developments builds Marina Community with Aconex

Project name: Hickory Developments | Industry: Residential & CommercialProject size: US$130.5 million | Location: Melbourne, Australia

Martha Cove is a master-planned residential marina community on the Mornington Peninsula near Melbourne. The development has a 200-berth marina, a market, alfresco and café dining, and over 100 ocean- and marina-front apartments and terraces.

Challenges

  • Project teams consisting of many different organizations.
  • Thousands of drawings and documents to be filed, stored and distributed.
  • Inefficiency of paper documents and commercial email in managing the flow of project information.
  • Scalability to handle project growth and complexity. 

Solutions

  • One system to share project plans, information, updates, and performance across the team.
  • Central repository for all documents and correspondence, with document version control to avoid conflicts.
  • Management of the tender process for contractors and subcontractors.
  • Live user training and ongoing support to ensure broad adoption and usage.

Results

  • Improved project efficiency and time management.
  • Collaborative information-sharing environment that is structured and controlled.
  • Immediate access to updated drawings and documents.
  • Complete audit trail for transparency and accountability across the project team.
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