RIB Software signs large contract with Carillion plc, a leading British integrated support services and construction company

RIB Software is happy to announce the conclusion of a large deal with Carillion plc, a leading British integrated support services and construction company.

Carillion aims to implement RIB’s state-of-the-art web-based end-to-end enterprise solution across the Group to achieve highly efficient integrated project and enterprise management on a single model-based Big Data platform.

Mads Bording, CEO Europe International of RIB Software, says: “We are delighted that yet another leading construction company in Europe has chosen iTWO technology. Our goal is to accompany Carillion on the way to becoming one of the most advanced companies in the construction industry. With new thinking, new working and new technology and the consistent integration of virtual and physical building processes, we are convinced that Carillion is optimally prepared for contemporary challenges of construction companies concerning digitalization and industrialization.”

Ignacio Llorden, Group CIO of Carillion plc, comments: “After an intense evaluation process of different software solutions, we chose RIB because of the highly modern and innovative approaches implemented in iTWO 4.0, especially the 5D approach and web-based technology. From our point of view, iTWO offers great potential to further optimize our business processes when planning and managing our projects. By implementing RIB’s software solutions, we expect magnificent opportunities to further improve our competitiveness and extend our market position.”

About Carillion

Carillion is a leading integrated support services company with a substantial portfolio of Public Private Partnership projects, extensive construction capabilities and a sector leading ability to deliver sustainable solutions. The Group had annual revenue in 2016 of some £5.2 billion, employs around 48,500 people and operates across the UK, in the Middle East and Canada.

The Group has four business segments:

  • Support services – this includes facilities management, facilities services, energy services, utilities services, road maintenance, rail services, remote site accommodation services and consultancy services in the UK, Canada and the Middle East.
  • Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects – this includes investing activities in PPP projects for Government buildings and infrastructure mainly in the Defence, Health, Education, Transport and Secure accommodation sectors in the UK and Canada.
  • Middle East construction services – this includes building and civil engineering activities in the Middle East.
  • Construction services (excluding the Middle East) – this includes building, civil engineering and developments activities in the UK and construction activities in Canada.