Relatics is used by large projects in the construction, infrastructure and civil engineering industry to control all information within a project. It frees the project of numerous spreadsheets and isolated applications. As a result, Relatics has proven to regain project control, reduce project risks, and decrease failure costs. Relatics is used by governments, contractors and consultancy firms for buildings, roads, bridges, tunnels, railways, canals, dams, ports, airports and dredging.
On a daily base Relatics is intensively used by projects over the world. Discover a few of the projects in which Relatics has contributed positively.
Raised bog only occurs in a few places in the Netherlands, one of which is national park De Groote Peel. The Province of Noord-Brabant has now embarked on a project…Read More
The southern ring road in the city of Groningen is the main traffic artery in the northern Netherlands. It is important not only for traffic to and from the city,…Read More
The Hague Municipal Authority facilitates competition-driven dialogue for a smooth tendering procedure
Rotterdamsebaan will be the new major access road linking the Ypenburg A4-A13 junction to the center ring around The Hague, the Netherlands.Read More
The outer ring road Parkstad Limburg project (BPL) has a clear objective: ensuring better accessibility of and for the Parkstad region. To this end consortium BPL (Boskalis, Rasenberg, and Besix)Read More
The busy N348 provincial road divides Dieren, a town in the Dutch province of Gelderland, in two. The construction of the Dieren underpass would reunite the two parts of town…Read More
What does information management in an infrastructure project and climbing a mountain have in common? At first glance, not much. And yet Grip, a central application for storing, managing and…Read More