LiveDOK for plant engineers and IPC contractors

Everything optimally documented

Building a new plant in the process and production industry, or extending an existing one, is not just a question of accurate, standard-compliant implementation of all the tasks involved, from concept to installation. For plant engineers and contractors, it is also part of their daily work to react flexibly and make adjustments throughout the process. The need to adjust may have many reasons: short-term changes requested by the customer, obstacles in the integration into existing structures, or changed framework conditions often play a part, and their relevance only becomes apparent when working on site. Adjustments involve additional effort for the constructors, who have to fulfil their legal obligations regarding documentation. Here, LiveDOK by RÖSBERG is a practical digital helper that continues to do useful documentation work long after installation is completed, over the whole life cycle of the plant.


Creating legally compliant documentation rapidly

As a planner or constructor of individual plant components or whole plants, it is in your interest to successfully complete your project as soon as possible.


Plant Turnaround

When the plant is shut down for its scheduled major inspection/overhaul, a race against time begins for you, too, as an engineer or contractor involved in the project. Every day the plant is at a standstill costs substantial sums of money.



If something is not running perfectly in your client’s plant, you need to react quickly. Collecting all the necessary documents relevant to as-built status can take valuable minutes – or even hours.


Integration of Package Units

When simply embedded in existing infrastructures, package units contribute real value added. But how can you, as an engineer or plant constructor, transfer the documentation that is delivered together with a functional unit into the already-existing plant documentation as simply as possible?


Administering assets in an existing plant

As soon as a manufacturer announces that they will be discontinuing one or several assets in the plant, this often triggers a search on a grand scale. Exactly where, how often and in what form factor are these components installed – for which there will shortly be no spares and no more support?