The MPS internet based service wins in the project planning software category

The Contract Change Management (CCM) system from MPS has won the Construction Computing Awards 2008 in the project planning software category.

The internet based service is designed to manage the contract change processes set out in the NEC form of contract, versions 2 and 3.

Brian Rossiter (left) and Robin Wilkin (right)

Brian Rossiter, MPS technical director said: “I am delighted that CCM has demonstrated its well proven systems architecture and business process management capabilities for NEC Contract administration.

The internet based service, built on IBM software and delivered on IBM hardware has consistently met the demands of its customers over the last seven years.

Our long experience in exploiting IBM’s powerful technical capabilities and products enabled us to produce this award winning solution for collaborative working in the Construction industry.”

CCM is used on a range of projects for clients such as the Highways Agency, Environment Agency, Imperial College London, BBC Workplace, DEFRA, Metronet Rail, Transport Wales and several local authorities.

Robin Wilkin, operations director of MPS, said: “It confirms the highly favourable feedback we have obtained since its launch in 2001.”

Clients include consultant engineers, project managers and QSs including Mott MacDonald, Franklin + Andrews, Capita Symonds, WSP, Arup, Halcrow, Mouchel, Jacobs, Owen Williams, Amey, Scott Wilson, Davis Langdon, EC Harris, Turner & Townsend, Faithful + Gould, Gardiner & Theobald, Currie & Brown, WYG, Gleeds, Kiley, Cyril Sweett, Chandlers KBS, Cox PM, Parsons Brinckerhoff and Appleyards.