Northeastern University’s Facilities Division is responsible for the planning, design and construction of new buildings; the extension, renewal and replacement of existing plant facilities; and the prudent use of energy through the efficient operations of the campus utility distribution systems. The group manages 150-200 capital projects every year that range in cost from $20,000 to $200 million for customers that include the University Board of Directors to the nine individual colleges and schools. Learn how Northeastern used e-Builder Enterprise to reduce project cost and shorten their project schedules.
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