Salini Impregilo standardizes on Aconex across projects worldwide

Project name: Salini Impregilo Enterprise | Industry: Water & Waste

Salini Impregilo has standardized on Aconex solutions for managing information and processes across all of its early-stage projects as well as selected end-to-end projects worldwide. The enterprise agreement between the two companies culminates Salini Impregilo’s extensive utilization of the Aconex platform for project collaboration on pre-construction activities such as feasibility, design management and tendering on a range of large global projects. Key infrastructure projects include the US$3.2-billion Panama Canal expansion and the US$36-billion Qatar Rail Program.


  • Large, complex infrastructure projects with global project teams.
  • Pre-construction challenges involving feasibility, design management and tendering.
  • Platform and data security across all project access points.
  • Requirement for close team collaboration throughout the project lifecycle.


  • Aconex platform for tendering, design reviews, document control, workflow management, and data exchange with other systems.
  • Aconex Mobile construction apps for anytime / anywhere access to the platform on tablets and smartphones.
  • Aconex Field for mobile field inspections and issues management.
  • Aconex Connected BIM for project-wide collaboration on building information modeling (BIM) data and processes.


  • Improved efficiency in project planning and execution.
  • Increased accuracy of project data.
  • Higher productivity across project teams.
  • Better coordination of all project processes.
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