Author Archives: Eric Law

What Does True Collaboration Mean?

What does true collaboration across the project team mean for a construction project? The team working on the composite central plant project for Washington Hospital of Fremont, California found out, using EADOC software.

Construction Project Record Keeping in Advance of Disputes

Some years ago, before the advent of collaborative construction management software, Max Wideman, P.Eng., a veteran capital projects manager wrote, “if [a] contractor wishes to remain profitable he must maintain control of his on-going work, and control of on-going work requires on-going records.” Truer words have never been spoken.

With the Market Stablizing, Now is the Time to Evaluate Cost-Saving Technology

Data on new construction starts for the last quarter of 2011 from McGraw-Hill Construction, suggests that the market is stabilizing and basing for a broad-based return to growth. Savvy construction professionals are using this time to evaluate technologies, like construction management software, to better manage cost and risk when the...

EADOC Construction Management Application for the iPad and Other Tablets

Does your construction management software follow you wherever you go? Can you access it from any device, even from a smartphone, iPad or similar tablet computer, even from every corner of the job site? Truly collaborative project management software should untether the busy manager from the office. On the road,...

EADOC Software Celebrates 2011 Year-end Financial Results

Leader in collaborative construction management software realizes 25 percent year-over-year revenue growth, plans to keep hiring in 2012 Oakland, Calif. – January 16, 2012 – EADOC Software, the market-leader in collaborative construction management software for the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry, announced today that year-over-year revenue growth in 2011 was...

Death of the Transmittal

If you are still creating transmittals, updating them when you receive them, photocopying them and then filling them in metal caskets(filing cabinets) please stop and read this post. With today’s collaborative project management applications moving information electronically across the project team the transmittal is finally dead. The transmittal was originally...