The Multi-D® project management system developed by ASE Group of Companies experts (Engineering Division of ROSATOM State Corporation ) at the Rostov NPP («Life cycle management based on Multi-D® Technology at Rostov NPP») has been recognized as the winner of the international CETI AWARD2016 contest in the category “Mega-Project” (Mega-Project Multi-Roadmap Element). The awarding ceremony was held as part of FIATECH technological conference and exhibition in Orlando (FL), USA. The competitive projects were considered by the international jury panel enlisting representatives from USA, France, England, Japan and Norway. The contest was organized by FIATECH, one of the world's most reputable industrial corporations. FIATECH is a major industrial consortium and association that consolidates the world engineering community including both major engineering companies and vendors of the software for capital construction objects lifecycle management.
The unique Multi-D® system that has been developed by the experts of ASE Group of companies over the last 10 years ensures the efficient management of all lifecycle stages of NPP and other capital construction facilities. Currently the solutions based on this management system are replicated in all facilities in the ASE Group of companies’ portfolio and can be implemented in any type of complex capital construction projects.
The global recognition of the Multi-D project management system elaborated by the Rosatom State Corporation Engineering Division means that the leadership position in the area of complex engineering objects lifecycle management is overtaken by the nuclear industry rating among the most technology-intensive businesses of the market, Valery Limarenko, President of ASE Group of companies, pointed out.
ASE group of companies was established in the frame of the engineering division of Rosatom State Corporation by merging leading companies of the industry: JSC ASE EC - Atomstroyexport JSC - Atomenergoproekt JSC - ATOMPROEKT JSC. ASE is one of the global leaders in nuclear power engineering and accounts for 31% of the global NPP construction market.