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True Collaboration requires connecting the entire supply chain

For construction project teams to reap the benefits of collaboration they need to connect the entire team electronically to ensure project information exchange is quick and efficient. With a truly collaborative application participants need to be able to manage permissions for their own subs and staff and control the flow...

Upload Construction Pictures to EADOC from your iPad in September

Apple has finally yielded to the masses and will be allowing users to upload pictures through the Safari Brower on IOS devices(iPads and iPhones). We tested uploading pictures to Inspectors Daily reports in EADOC today and the file upload worked perfectly. Here are some screenshots from the testing. IOS 6.0...

Electronic Project Information Tracking from an Engineer and Owner Perspective

Here is a recorded webinar that CMAA hosted. The presentation is on HDR Engineering and Hampton Roads Sanitation Districts use of EADOC’s collaborative construction project management application during the construction of Hampton Roads Sanitation District’s Army Base Treatment Plant Improvements Phase III project. Presenters were David Sisson of HDR Engineering...

Email Does not work as a construction project management application

When I tried to email one of our clients a ppt presentation we are working on together I received the following message ———————————————————– ***, Inc has “stripped” an attachment from this message because the attachment exceeds ***’s message size limitation of 20 megabytes (20 MB). If you need this attachment,...

EADOC, LLC JOINS BENTLEY TECHNOLOGY PARTNER PROGRAM

(Oakland, CA – May 10, 2012) – EADOC – the market-leader in collaborative construction management software for the architecture, engineering and construction industry, announced they have joined the Bentley Technology Partner Program, which brings together comprehensive software solutions and the best products and services from partners around the world. Bentley’s...

Operational Efficiency in Construction Management

Here is a great article about operational efficiency. The US Military has realized that they can reduce the cost and risk associated with supporting the fighting troops by improving the fuel efficiency of the vehicles the troops use. By increasing fuel efficiency they reduce the number and size of fuel...

Managing construction project data is more then forms and reports

Today project management application are more then just forms and reports they need to allow users to establish relationships between relevant project information. Standard construction management applications would allow Shop Drawings to be linked to Specifications and Design Drawings as a reference. This was great 20 years ago, but today...