Newsletter Q4 2014 – Vol 7, Issue 4

Improving Client Outcomes

The winter season is a great time to execute on your plan to go paperless to improve client outcomes.

If you’re still using paperwork, spreadsheets, or an internal PM system to manage project processes, you’re not alone. Many facility owners and CM firms just haven’t found the time, or right reason to update those processes. Others struggle to coordinate a bunch of separate applications. Utilize your time before the end of this year to see how EADOC can help.

Read on for client success stories, presentations, and free training to help you and your teams stay productive, improve control and reduce risk to improve client outcomes this holiday season.

Take a look, check back often, and we look forward to working with you in the New Year.


Eric Law
EADOC Founder and CEO

New Projects

Parametrix Inc. has chosen EADOC again to manage the upcoming King County’s Elliot Project.

Springfield Metro Sanitary District has chosen EADOC to manage the upcoming 3 year $50 Million Sugar Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant Project. This will be the districts second large project after completing the $100M Spring Creek WWTP project with EADOC.

Colorado Springs Utilities selected EADOC’s collaborative program management application through a competitive RFP process to manage their annual CIP Program for their water, waste water, electricity and gas groups.

Recent Praise

“I can’t imagine our life without EADOC. Our projects would be behind schedule…they would be over budget, and we would have a multitude of claims.” Larry Catalano – Manager, Capital Projects Aurora Water Capital Projects Division

Blog: CMAA 2014 Recap

There were over 35 breakout sessions this year that delivered expertise and perspectives on such topics as leadership, risk management, and the latest technologies. Some highlights were NASA’S Adam Steltzer’s presentation on what it takes to assemble a great team for a complex task and the Associated General Contractors’, Ken Simpson, latest market outlook.

It is exciting to see the surge of growth in technology, and are honored to sit at the forefront with EADOC.

Read the blog.

Case Study: San Jose Downtown Health Center

“EADOC is a great check and balance.” - Sherry Ferguson, County of Santa Clara FAF/Capital Programs Division

When the County of Santa Clara decided they wanted to go paperless, they selected their new $30M San Jose Health Center project. The County and URS selected EADOC as it offered the greatest efficiency in terms of daily communication, inter-project participation, ease of use and most importantly, application cost.

Read the San Jose Downtown Health Center Case Study.

Webinar: Using EADOC to Reduce Costs on Education Projects

This recorded webinar focuses on the cost-saving benefits of using EADOC to manage the design and construction of education projects. The presentation includes:

  • Unique challenges of managing project teams on education projects.

  • How EADOC’s collaborative capital project management application can assist in bond projects by connecting the entire team to reduce project costs.

  • Controlling the flow of project documents like RFIs, submittals, and Drawings across your team to reduce risk.

  • Important benefits of linking documents and communications to locations, materials and corresponding documentation on your education project.

  • Managing Risk and the change process with your clients.

Watch here.

Connecting Project Information to Improve Control and Reduce Risk

Can you report on the relationship between a field condition that was not on a drawing, that generated an RFI, that resulted in a schedule delay, that turned into a change order—without spending hours with an excel spreadsheet? If not, then this presentation by EADOC’s Eric Law is for you!

Large volumes of project information are generated on today’s capital projects, resulting in ever greater need to track information relationships, so users can find relevant information quickly. Learn how tracking information relationships not only makes teams more efficient, but also reduces the risk of cost or schedule impacts.

Get the presentation here.

Training Series: Free Friday Webinars

Don’t miss our “Free Friday” webinar training series, where our support team shows you how to make the most of your EADOC installation.

Next Up: Friday December 19th: Drawings and Specifications

  • Creating a Single Document

  • Mass Uploading Document

  • Creating Revisions for a Single Document and Multiple

  • Best Practices When Uploading

Join us on Friday 12/19/14 10am PDT/ 1pm EDT
Click here to register.

Upcoming Webinars:
Friday January 9th: Document Assignments
Friday January 30th: Project Set Up

Recorded Content: Learning Series – Pay Estimates

The webinar includes:

  • Pay Estimate Basics

  • Schedule of Value Best Practices

  • Troubleshooting Pay Estimates

Presenter:  Matt Starke, Training & Customer Support, EADOC

Watch the webinar.

Recorded Content: Learning Series – Document Visibility

The webinar includes:

  • Document Visibility Basics

  • Permissions, Workflow and Visibility

  • Mass Share

  • Email Notifications

  • Share On Close

Presenter:  Matt Starke, Training & Customer Support, EADOC

Watch the webinar.