Do you want to become less reactive to change orders and keep them to a minimum and plan realistic contingency? These resources can help.
How to Submit a Potential Change Order (PCO)
Learn how to submit a PCO in e-Builder from the contractors' perspective.
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Risky Business: Decision making based on outdated information - Government
Decision making on your capital projects is very risky with outdated information. Watch this webinar to see how Government owners are deploying a PMIS to gain real-time visibility.
Risky Business: Decision making based on outdated information - Healthcare
Do you lack information to make well informed decisions at, both, the project and program level? Have unexpected change orders negatively impacted your budget in past projects? Do you lack easy access
Risky Business: Decision making based on outdated information - Higher Ed
Do you lack information to make well-informed decisions at, both, the project and program level? Watch this webinar to learn how you gain increased visibility with a capital program owner's PMIS.
Risky Business: Decision making based on outdated information in K-12
Watch this webinar to learn how top-performing K12 organizations gain real-time visibility into capital project data by deploying a project management information system for owners.
Risky Business: Decision Making based on Outdated Information - Commercial
Do you lack information to make well-informed decisions at, both, the project and program level? Watch this webinar and learn how you can gain increased visibility with an owner PMIS.
Stay on Schedule with Automated Change Orders
In this webinar learn how top owner organizations keep their capital projects on schedule through automated change order management after implementing and owner Project Management Information System.
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority Discusses $50M Capital Program
PWSA is using e-Builder to manage everything from RFIs to change orders to submittals for their $40-50M to increase accountability and payment statuses, among many other benefits.
Three Easy Ways to Reduce Change Orders
An unexpectedly high number of change orders on a construction project can quickly exhaust contingency funds, delay the schedule and increase project costs. Learn how to reduce change orders.
Get in Front of Your Project with Accurate Cost Forecasting
A cost forecast model is a tool that can launch a dialogue about the impact of change orders or where costs can be cut to accommodate new requests.
Change Orders: Systemic Challenges in Construction
This white paper discusses change management as an organizational objective, with a focus on tools to address and focus efforts on impacts to the scope, schedule, quality and cost of the project.
Why Change Orders Are Your Fault with University of Virginia
University of Virginia discovered that their paper based change order process was opening them up to cost surprises in the late stages of their construction projects. Watch this webinar to learn how
Reduced Pay Status by 30+ Days at Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority
Hear Manda Metzger, Project Manager, describe how they're using e-Builder to manage everything from processes to payment applications to change orders and RFIs. In addition to seeing a huge leap in ac