"With the advent of sophisticated BIM software and integrated project delivery, the industry demanded a better way to collaborate, share documents, and manage the design and construction process," said
Project Trek promotes collaboration, document and construction management, and electronic bidding through a web platform that can be quickly and securely accessed based on project role. Digital access to files simplifies RFIs, RFCs, submittals, and change order tracking during the design and construction process, with version controls and remote access. Project Trek eliminates the effect of groups working in silos by maintaining a central repository where current files can be accessed by everyone contributing to the project. The excess costs associated with the time, resources, and printing of multiple bid packages are also reduced.
"Gaining transparency and accountability throughout a project from design to delivery is critical in today's dynamic A/E/C environment," said
The SaaS delivery of Project Trek eliminates additional hardware or software investment, as well as any added burden on a firm's IT resources. With anywhere access from mobile devices, Project Trek supports remote uploads to get information into the hands of those who need it quickly, including field reports with photos and descriptions of project site details. Featuring an intuitive software interface, Project Trek fosters quick adoption by users with minimal guidance or training.
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