Aspen In-Plant Cost Estimator™

Generate cost estimates for small capital and maintenance projects.

Improve In-Plant Capital and Maintenance Projects

Save on In-Plant Projects

Develop detailed designs and estimates for small scale projects where an existing facility infrastructure is in place.

Access Industry-Leading Project Management Capabilities

Connect with Primavera to create logic-driven Critical Path Method schedules with activities, durations, manpower and costs.

Integrate with the Economic Evaluation Suite

Leverage data, templates and configurable reports to decrease estimation time and increase transparency.

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Aspen Capital Cost Estimator™

Accelerate product execution using volumetric models and one common costing method from conceptual to detailed engineering.

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