Comply Serve’s Cloud-based project compliance software, ComplyPro, has been deployed across the Cityringen project, a construction of a new circular metro line in the centre of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Targeted for completion by 2018, the new underground metro system presents added project complexity due to the city being situated at sea level, while the Cityringen network is sited 30m below ground level.

ComplyPro is the single compliance solution, spanning the entire project and used by all partners. Delivered in English, it will provide a global Project Wide Hazard Record (PWHR) – a ‘live’ document that details hazards and the resulting consequences, as well as potential accidents – all of which are identified during the risk analysis of the project design. The PWHR also identifies the actions taken to control the risks.

In order to deliver a truly accurate and bespoke software system, Comply Serve had to implement pre-defined values and matrixes for risk analysis and assessments whilst also ensuring clear traceability in hazard identification. This involved reporting on all historical identifications and the implementation of various control systems for the administrators.

Commenting on the success of the Comply Serve contract, and how the team are meeting the project criterion and requirements, Silvestro Ferrara, risk manager of project partner, Copenhagen Metro Team (CMT), said, “They have shown an impressive ability to get up to speed quickly and accurately, understanding the complexity of our coding systems, planning schedules, and the interaction between clients and sub-contractors, which includes some rather technical terminology. This level of understanding and detail is significant to a project of this size and incredibly important.” Further details on the ComplyPro/Cityringen  project can be found at