Construction Management in the Cloud
Technology is transforming and disrupting many industries, and forward-looking organizations reap the most benefits during periods of transformation. While a growing number of AEC companies are going paperless and making the leap to the cloud, there are still many who haven’t done so.
If you are not managing your capital projects with cloud-based tools, let us help you make the transition. Start by watching our latest webinar, a live demo from an EADOC user who made the change three years ago – and has not looked back. Or, contact us to arrange a live demonstration for your organization.
We hope to see you soon, in the cloud!
- The EADOC Team
New EADOC Projects
- CDM Smith and City of Cape Coral: Deep Injection Well
- Greeley and Hanson and City of Cape Coral: Utilities Extension
- Oakland Unified School District: 5-year contract
- East Bay Municipal Utility District: 5-year contract renewal
- HNTB and City of Greenburg: Flat Rock Pump Station Improvements
A live demonstration by Ayoub R. Al-Bahou, from Lee County’s Department of Facilities Construction & Management.
Hear how Lee County switched from their old, home-grown CM approach—based on Excel spreadsheets and paper documents—to using a cloud-based system for improved collaboration, financial management and risk management.
We attended several events over the past quarter and look forward to a busy fall season. Watch our Events page for up-to-date information on EADOC events.
- CMAA Fall Conference: EADOC will present the education session, “From Excel to the Cloud—Three Owners Discuss their CM Success in the Cloud.”
- COAA Fall Conference: See EADOC in the Bentley Systems booth
- CMAA Spring: EADOC presented the education session, “Leveraging GIS and Project Management Data.”
- COAA Spring
- AWWA Annual Conference
EADOC’s archiving functionality provides a rich, searchable, electronic record of the entire project, that can still be used after project completion.
Read our latest blog entry to see how real-world customers are benefitting from their EADOC project archives.
“Since we used EADOC on the previous three Los Osos projects, I still have immediate, web-based access to all those project documents in case there are any questions or issues relating to the current recycling facility project.” – Richard Huffman, HDR