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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In 2018, the City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada adopted e-Builder Enterprise’s cloud-based project management controls solution to manage their multi-billion-dollar capital program.
In 2014, the Temple University moved to e-Builder Enterprise’s cloud-based project management controls solution to manage their increase in project load.
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The University of Virginia facilitates a more than $200 million capital program. Read the story on how they moved away from paper-driven processes.
In 2009, Memorial Hermann replaced its triple entry system (Access, Excel and Lawson) with a single-entry e-Builder Enterprise project management control solution.
Prior to 2012, Cumberland Farms Capital Projects group was largely paper driven, relying on spreadsheets and word documents. Learn how they used PMIS-enabled processes to modernize the business.
UMMC relies on e-Builder’s centralized document management system to store, sort and manage the immense amount of information generated across the life of every project.
West Linn-Wilsonville School District standardized processes and automated reporting eliminated approximately 1,000 hours of work per year with e-Builder. Learn more from the customer story!
Port of Olympia reduced the time spent entering project information into spreadsheets or databases by 50%, the average document retrieval time is now less than 3 minutes. Read the customer story!
Learn how Banner Health uses PMIS technology to gain visibility and control of its capital program.
e-Builder's integrated capital project management software is helping the Metropolitan Council of the Twin Cities area, streamline construction processes. Download the Customer Story for more!
e-Builder has allowed the facilities team to better manage project costs, proactively address issues before they disrupt the schedule or budget and adhere to the state’s strict reporting guidelines.
e-Builder offers Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission the flexibility to access the system from virtually any place at any time, which is a huge advantage. Read the Customer Story!
CATS is looking to use e-Builder to improve project forecasting reports and revamp the dashboards currently being used for high level reporting. Read more in the Customer Story!
USC Facility Group Manages $1.5 Billion capital construction development program. Learn how they adopted a centralized project management solution.
The Norfolk Department of Public Works Design Division procures and manages design and construction for approximately $61.1 million in Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects. Read the story.
The healthcare provider recently completed a 6-year, $850 million capital improvement program (CIP) on its flagship Inova Fairfax Hospital (IFH) campus and improved workflows. Read the customer story!