Webinar Videos

Webinar Videos

Construction Management for Higher Education

A live EADOC demonstration by Javier Castruita, Executive Director of Facilities Construction and Maintenance, from West Valley-Mission Community College District. Learn how West Valley-Mission Community College District is using EADOC to manage their $625M bond program for improved financial management, risk management and program execution.

Construction Management in the Cloud: Lee County Florida

A live demonstration of the EADOC capital project management system by Ayoub R. Al-Bahou, from Lee County’s Department of Facilities Construction & Management, followed by a Q&A session moderated by Eric Law. Learn 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. Mr. Al-Bahou covers topics including: centralizing technical documents, project team collaboration, managing pay estimates, proposal requests, RFIs, submittals, architect supplemental instructions, and more.

Creating Custom Reports

Learning Objectives: Creating Custom Reports Sharing Custom Reports All the different column values that are available Printing and Exporting report options

Learn About The NEW Schedule Viewer

Presenters: Matt Starke, Training & Customer Support, EADOC, LLC This webinar will train participants on EADOC’s new Scheduler which allows you to view both Primavera and MS Project schedules that have been imported into the Profile module > Activity tab. The link to the Scheduler is available on the Start module > Start tab. Topics covered: Introduction to the new EADOC scheduler feature How to import your schedules and the benefits of doing so How the schedule viewer works Keeping tabs on progress using the schedule viewer Managing updated schedules within EADOC

Introduction To EADOC’s Collaborative Construction Project Management Application

Presenters: Eric Law, Founder and CEO, EADOC, LLC Description: Introduction to to EADOC’s collaborative construction project management application. Topics: Connecting your entire project team to improve communication Controlling the flow of project documents like RFIs, submittals, and Drawings Linking documents and communications to locations, materials and corresponding documentation Benefits of tracking project documents and financial information in a single tool Risk management and tracking Contract Management Reporting- Graphical, relationships, and the ability for all participants to be able to create their own reports. Q&A

Focus On Claims: Proactive Measures To Prevent And Defend Against Claims

Presenter: Eric Law, Founder and CEO, EADOC, LLC As we prepare for the busy construction season, there are a few ways to set up your projects before they kick off – to not only efficiently manage project information and connect project parties, but to automate information collection and tracking to create a court-worthy project record should you need it. This webinar covered: Top construction disputes that can be prevented with proper information management Proactive ways to manage project information and prevent claims Best practices in enforcing, monitoring and tracking document contract compliance Trusted systems and types of information required to meet court admissible records requirements Supporting your legal team with record relationship management and easy discovery processes

Aurora Water: Best Practices In Water Program Information Management And Capital Investment

Presenter: Larry Catalano, Aurora Water Capital Projects Division Manager EADOC client Aurora Water discusses best practices in managing an $80 million capital program of projects, the benefits of monitoring program-level documentation and communications, risk, costs and contracts, as well as schedules and inspection issues in one place. This webinar covered: Benefits of program-level monitoring and multi-project risk management. Value of owning the establishment of processes and technologies across multiple projects. Ways to save valuable information management hours across multiple projects by using a program-level management tool. Faster risk identification and mitigation measures possible with earlier program-level risk identifiers. Comparison of current methods, outputs, results and cash savings with prior SharePoint-based processes. Q&A with Larry Catalano

Getting Started: Transitioning From Paper Processes To Collaborative Project Management

Presenter: Eric Law, Founder and CEO, EADOC, LLC This webinar demonstrates a number of efficiencies and risk mitigation measures possible by transitioning from paper project documents to an accessible electronic application. Getting started – no need to recreate processes when transitioning from paper to paperless Connecting the project team to improve communication securely from anywhere at any time Controlling the flow of project information like RFIs, submittals and drawings Getting a complete picture by linking documents and communications to related materials and info Reducing risk by managing project information and finances in the same place Managing risk better with just-in-time risk management tracking Complete industry-specific contract management functionality No-fuss create-your-own graphical and relationship reporting Q&A

EADOC’s Collaborative Project Management Application During Design

Presenter: Eric Law, Founder and CEO, EADOC, LLC In this webinar we will highlight EADOC’s ability to manage project information during the design process. Drawings, specifications, environmental reports, meetings and general communication all need to be effectively managed during the design phase. We will cover how tracking this information during design improves design deliverables and sets the project up for improved success during construction. Drawing review and management Permit tracking Communication through memos and meetings.

Integrating Your Team For Project Success

Presenter: Eric Law, Founder and CEO, EADOC, LLC In this webinar, we will focus on communication and information exchange across your entire project team. Participates will learn how to reduce Risks associated with moving information across the team and the benefits of integrating the team with a single application. Connecting every member- carrot vs stick approach Submittal Process- reducing turn around time and admin time Change Order Process- Notifying the team and tracking supporting documentation

Risk Mitigation Through Information Relationships

Presenters: Eric Law, Founder and CEO, EADOC, LLC Description: The ability to track large volumes of information electronically on today’s capital projects has opened up new opportunities for mitigating risk and increasing the value of project information. This webinar will look at information relationships, how they are established, and the benefit in mitigating project risk. Document Relationships Cost relationships Location/GIS relationship Risk relationships Schedule activity relationships Relationship mapping Session will include live software demonstration and live Q&A.

Benefits Of Using EADOC On Water Projects

Presenter: Eric Law, Founder and CEO, EADOC, LLC This webinar will focus on the benefits of EADOC for clients managing the design and construction of water projects. Unique challenges of managing project teams on water projects. Controlling the flow of project documents like RFIs, submittals, and Drawings across your team Important benefits of linking documents and communications to locations, materials and coresponding documentation on your water project GIS map relationships for pipeline and treatment plant project Managing Risk and the change process with your clients Managing envrionmental and permit information in EADOC

Preparing For Plant Operation And Maintenance Prior To Commencement Of Construction

Presenters: Ron Perkins, Vice President, Construction Service Manager, HDR and Eric Law, Founder and CEO, EADOC, LLC Design and construction of new facilities represents only 25% of a project’s total lifecycle cost. Decisions made and information managed throughout the design and construction of the facility will play a major impact in how efficient the owner operates their new facility. Traditionally, information exchange, from the completion of construction to the Owner’s O & M staff, has been done with large volumes of three ring binders that provide a less than optimal solution for facility operators. This webinar will look at how owners should prepare for O & M during the design phase and implement procedures during construction to ensure all the information is turned over efficiently and in an electronic format that is easy to use. Download the presentation: EADOC_Webinar_Preparing_for_Plant_Operations_and_Maintenance

Going Paperless On Public Works Projects

Presenter: Eric Law, Founder and CEO, EADOC, LLC Public works projects traditionally have required exorbitant amounts of paper be used for communicating information among team members. Numerous copies of submittals, pay estimates and change orders are no longer required with today’s collaborative project management applications. In this informative session, attendees will learn about using electronic tools to communicate information with the project team and best practices for implementing the selected application. Download Presentation: EADOC_Webinar_Going_Paperless_on_Public_Works_Projects

Risk Mitigation Through Information Relationships

Presenter: Eric Law, Founder and CEO, EADOC, LLC The ability to track large volumes information electronically on todays capital projects has opened up new opportunities for mitigating risk and increasing the value of project information. This webinar will look at information relationships, how they are established and the benefit in mitigating project risk. Document Relationships Cost relationships Risk relationships Schedule activity relationships Relationship mapping