JAKARTA, Indonesia, December 20, 2017
PT. Green Gold Engineering (Green Gold), a leading contractor to Southeast Asia’s mining and minerals industry, has selected Intergraph Smart® 3D as its in-house 3D design solution to maximize accuracy and efficiency during project delivery.
As the developer of RECYN, a cutting-edge technology that recovers cyanide and dissolved metals from metal plant process streams and detoxifies tailings, Green Gold wanted to move towards an intelligent, data-centric operating environment, to be an innovation leader of innovation in the mining and minerals industry. After an evaluation of the industrial 3D design tool market, Smart 3D was selected for its ability to support real-time concurrent design, intelligent rules and relationships, task-based modeling and the creation of automated deliverables. Green Gold is confident these features will help deliver high-quality projects for its clients in less time.
Green Gold also was impressed by Smart 3D’s materials handling features, which model, manage and generate accurate and detailed deliverables on mining and minerals processing projects in a comprehensive and efficient manner.
“Green Gold has a reputation for innovative project delivery, and that requires best-in-class design and technology tools. Smart 3D is the best choice to help us achieve our goals,” said Robert Cooper, Green Gold’s engineering manager.
Franz Kufner, executive vice president, Asia-Pacific of Hexagon PPM, said, “It’s crucial that smart industrial technology keeps pace with the growth we’re seeing in Southeast Asia’s mining and minerals industry, or productivity and profitability will be affected. We are proud to partner with Green Gold as it drives innovation in the sector.”
Visit https://hexagonppm.com/products/3d-product-family for more information about Hexagon PPM’s engineering and design solutions.
The ARC Advisory Group, a leading industry analyst firm, ranked Hexagon PPM as the No. 1 overall worldwide provider of engineering solutions for plant design (process, power and marine), according to its “Engineering Design Tools for Plants & Infrastructure Global Market Research Study Market Analysis and Forecast Through 2020.”