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City of Los Osos and HDR Case Study

The City of Los Osos WWTP program poised unique challenges for Ron Perkins and his team at HDR. Learn how EADOC helped them manage the collection system project, and meet the client’s GIS requirements.

Swinerton Builders Washington Hospital Expansion

When Swinerton Builders was selected to build the $115M Washington Hospital expansion in Fremont, CA, their goal was to manage the complex project and remain committed to being the premier green building contractor in the west. With cost savings, ease of use and collaboration paramount in their decision making, Swinerton...

Carollo Engineers and City of Henderson Case Study

Resident Engineer Kevin Love, needed to find a Web based construction management application capable of connecting his team on their new $93,000,000 Southwest Water Reclamation Facility (SWRF) in Henderson, Nev. KEY FACTS Challenge: Carollo Engineers required a web-based management application to effectively manage the Southwest Water Reclamation Facility project. Solution:...

City of Emeryville Case Study

The City of Emeryville Public Works Department faced a time crunch from the start of its recent breakwater project at the Emeryville Marina. Within a window of eight months, the project required driving hundreds of piles, pouring 720 feet of fishing pier, rebuilding a windsurf/kayak launching ramp, and the demolition...

Swinerton Management and Consulting Case Study

Senior Construction Manager, Glenn Granada, was tasked with finding a web-based management system to manage the day-to-day requirements of a new, $21M project—the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Building in Martinez, CA. KEY FACTS Challenge: Swinerton Management required a Web-based project management software to manage day-to-day project needs and improve...

Provo Reservoir Canal Enclosure Project Case Study

The $150M project converted an open, 21-mile canal into a buried pipeline. The project included five funding stakeholders, two federal agencies, one state agency, two general contractors, and numerous sub-contractors. KEY FACTS Challenge: The Enclosure Project stakeholders needed a tool to manage a 21 mile long raw water canal-to-pipeline conversion...

Why EADOC Leads The Construction Project Management Industry

Distributed administration allows your construction contractors, architects, engineers and other project participants to add and manage their own sub consultant and contractors on the project. EADOC enables truly collaborative construction management. EADOC’s proprietary work flow engine automatically adds them to the process ensuring all work flow rules are followed. This...

Newsletter Q2 2014 – Vol 7, Issue 2

Focus on risk: stay ahead of disputes instead of reacting to them In our last newsletter, we focused on ways to make the leap from paper to electronic processes – to better keep control over your project information as high construction season approaches. This month, we’ll include some resources to...

Leaving a Legacy of Productivity for Facility Owners

Given the productivity issues that continue to plague capital projects, Owners and CMs have an opportunity to become more of an “interoperating” force that mandates the most efficient processes across project teams. As holder of the project’s budget, the Owner unfortunately pays for every bit of waste created across the...

The Cost of Build vs Buy

IT and construction projects are both tough. The advantage that IT has over the majority of construction projects is that there are off the shelf solutions that can solve many problems. There are many off the shelf solutions that can solve construction management problems along with other industry challenges without...

Printing and paper pushing: fuel to the fire of inefficiency in construction

The construction industry is one of few industries that hasn’t experienced significant productivity gains in the last decade. In fact, construction productivity is actually on the decline according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), to the tune of a whopping $19.2 billion in efficiency losses per year....