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MWH New Zealand Signs Agreement with Trifecta
13 August, 2010
MWH has recently signed a new agreement with Trifecta Global Infrastructure Ltd, formalising a long- term relationship around the joint development and promotion of the T3 traffic and infrastructure management software.
Trifecta has developed the innovative web based T3 software which helps councils and state highway networks implement the best practices contained within the NZ National Code of Practice for Utilities’ Access to the Transport Corridors. Mandatory compliance with this code of practice is expected to be legislated when the Utilities Access Amendment Bill is passed. MWH was a technical advisor on this development and will now partner with Trifecta to create MWH specific solutions within the Trifecta platform
MWH’s Asia Pacific President, Marshall Davert Jr and Director, Andrew Caseley signed the formal agreement with Trifecta’s CEO Clark Easter and COO Adelle Demko in April 2010. The agreement means MWH supports the use of T3 for its existing client base and will provide implementation services, training and first line support for any New Zealand clients who purchase T3. The agreement is likely to be extended to cover other geographies and products in the future.
MWH and Trifecta are currently deploying T3 on local roads in the Tasman region and are trialling it across parts of the State Highway Network in the East Wanganui region. Following these initial deployments MWH will look to promote the compliance and other co-ordination benefits of T3 to other MWH managed areas of the New Zealand roading network. Tasman and East Wanganui are the second areas in New Zealand to utilise the benefits of T3 following Palmerston North City Council’s successful roll-out in 2009.