Specs are Key to ProjectsIn engineering projects, specifications are complex and composite, come from multiple sources, undergo massive change, serve a large population, must be published for multiple purposes, and are basically the instruction set for creating and operating the asset.
Processes Suffer from Spec-ambiguityEven with pressing project demands, specifications are typically kept in loosely connected or scattered documents. As a result, processes frequently become spec-ambiguous and error prone. Ultimately, projects suffer far too many avoidable errors and mistakes, missed deadlines, field retrofits and rework, and cost overruns.
Spec-driven Process begins with Spec ModelingTEEC believes that it’s time to apply information modeling technology and rigor to this critical set of information. In the same way that CAD offered profound benefits to design, Spec Modeling offers recurring benefits to all aspects of projects and operations: specs become more reliable, people more productive, requirements more interoperable, processes higher quality, projects more agile, collaborations more fluid, enterprises more successful, and assets higher performing.
All told, Spec Modeling enables organizations to realize and standardize on Spec-driven Processes.
SpecWave® - The World's First Spec Modeling SystemSpecWave offers a complete Spec Modeling System, spanning: multi-sourced/interoperable specs, multi-purpose publishing, library management, rich editing, enforcement, querying, revision management, approval administration, migration, and IT integration.
SpecWave enables a spec-driven process across all phases of the asset lifecycle, spanning design, procurement, verification, documentation, inspection, installation, and operation.
SpecWave addresses the needs of all members of the spec community, including: managers of standards, architects, engineers, project managers, inspectors, constructors, purchasers, manufacturers, regulators, and IT management.
SpecWave offers focused solutions for specific asset types, including: Bridges, Buildings, Communications, Factories, Marine, Mining/Metals, Power Generation, Process Manufacturing, Rail and Transit, Roads, Utilities, and Water/Wastewater.
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