Laing O'Rourke choose datb

To use the kinodb platform for internal development projects and to provide data back to HS2

One of the largest construction companies Laing O'Rourke have recently signed a deal with datb to use the kinodb platform.

They are using it for some of thier own internal development projects and having members of staff trained in the use of our tool so they can develop independantly of us.

The asset management division have also chosen to use datb's services to create a system called C-AIMS, which is a contractor version of AIMS, the asset register we developed for HS2 which will allow LOR to deliver data back to HS2 when completing the railway.