Port of Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain


Project Value:

Start & End Dates:
1997 – 2010

Port of Barcelona

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The Barcelona Port Authority’s (BPA) Port Expansion Program was a subset of their plan to enlarge the Port of Barcelona by building a new breakwater and lengthening an existing one. This project doubled the Port’s size and capacity, enabling the BPA to achieve the ambitious goal of becoming the leading port in the Mediterranean and southern Europe.

PACO provided configuration management, document control, and systems integration during the South Breakwater 1 and 2 project valued at €194 million. Based on the results of the pilot program, BPA expanded the ccsNet implementation to include 19 additional projects valued at over €204 million. PACO was a member of the “Consortium”, a group of consultants providing project management and quality control services to the Expansion Program over a four-year period during the project’s life cycle.

(PACO) was responsible for implementing a bespoke systems solution, ccsNet, and providing workflow and document management services. PACO performed data transfer from ccsNet to Lotus Domino, analysis of their business processes and defining their document workflows, training of both the owner and consultants in the use of the system and maintenance of ccsNet on-site and remotely.


01. CPM scheduling
02. Project administration