Aconex helps global design studio meet project management needs

Project name: Woods Bagot | Industry: Residential & CommercialLocation: Multiple locations in Australia, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and North America

Woods Bagot utilizes Aconex solutions on its projects worldwide, including Eccleston Square Hotel, London; the LA NFL stadium and master plan, Los Angeles; Le Meridien, Abu Dhabi; Monash Institute of Reproduction & Development, Melbourne; and Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium, Adelaide.


  • Global project collaboration.
  • Commitment to information management across projects.
  • Project teams less experienced with databases and other systems.
  • Lack of confidence in data security with external systems.


  • Unified collaboration platform for the entire project team.
  • Simplified management of project information – documents, drawings and correspondence items.
  • Real-time access, distribution, tracking, and archiving of information.
  • Implementation of best practices across different organizations and team members.


  • Information management is consistent for all projects.
  • Team members get up to speed quickly.
  • Neutral platform provides a level playing field – users are confident in contributing information to the system.
  • Security meets the most stringent client requirements. 
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