Cloud-based construction management software used to reduce risk, save time, and save taxpayer money
Oakland, Calif. – March 5th, 2012 – EADOC, the market-leader in collaborative construction management software for the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry, announced today that the City of Riverside, California, has selected EADOC software to manage a $200 million expansion project at the Riverside Water Quality Control Plant. EADOC was selected after a rigorous competitive bidding process that evaluated multiple vendors on the basis of price, ease of use and functionality.
Eric Law, Founder and CEO of EADOC, said, “Unique in the industry, EADOC software integrates cost controls and document management functions to enable complete collaboration for the project team. Our customers report significant cost savings simply by eliminating the printing, copying, shipping and distribution of paper documents. And the system gets more efficient as more users are added, without increasing cost. We’re honored to have been selected by the City of Riverside to provide a construction management solution.”
EADOC’s software is used across North America by municipalities, local districts, construction managers and other organizations to minimize the cost and hassle of managing complex construction projects. Critically, for construction professionals, EADOC software integrates the entire project team, scales to serve projects of virtually any size, and adapts to existing workflows.
Last month, EADOC announced that it had been awarded GSA Schedule contract number GS-35F-0209Y, making it easier for government agencies to use EADOC to retake control of their capital projects.