Track’em® has won a contract from Leighton Contractors to track and manage construction materials for the company’s civil and underground works on the high profile and complex Gorgon project.
Perth software development firm Saleem Technologies’ Track’em® is a patent-pending software which tracks construction materials and assets using GPS, Barcode and RFID technology, helping project stakeholders to deliver construction projects on time and budget.
Leighton Contractors will use Track’em® for its work on earthworks, in-situ and precast concrete and underground services including drainage, piping and electrical and instrumentation cabling being installed within the LNG plant site. Operated by an Australian subsidiary of Chevron, the $814 million Gorgon project, 130 km off West Australia’s north-west coast, is one of the world’s largest natural gas projects and the largest single resource natural gas project in Australia’s history.
Track’em® inventor and CEO of Saleem Technologies Kashif Saleem said that the software company was gratified to win the opportunity to work with market leader Leighton Contractors. “We’re a relatively new company and being awarded contracts from companies of this calibre is a great endorsement of our proprietary software and quality service.
Track’em® has been used by leading construction companies such as FMG, Worley Parsons, John Holland, United Group and Downer Engineering.
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