The right tools make the job easier

The decrease in paper used, printing and document storage are only the tip of the savings when incorporating the right technology, like FACS construction management software, into your construction projects. The right tool also saves time by decreasing communication delays, transmittal and approval time while increasing information accuracy and transparency. These key communication improvements help to eliminate all elements of risk, questions, claims and disputes regarding if and when a document was submitted, reviewed and/or approved. As an added benefit, all stakeholders can clearly see the complete history of each entry. This improved process provides a better foundation for all your construction projects.

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The FACS system gives us the ability to receive, transmit, review, and return documents without needing a single piece of paper has expedited our turnaround time and kept multiple geographically distant project team members involved. Our pipe inspection team in Phoenix can log in to view contract documents, updated pipe lay drawings, and RFI responses without the need for additional large emails and document routing procedures. The Contractor on our newest project commented this morning on the ease of doing business electronically and how fast our responses have been.

Brent Fountain, San Diego County Water Authority

The overall experience with Project Controller was a success on the I-15 NOW project. It featured elements that allowed the document control process to flow seamlessly on a large multi-million dollar highway project. WCC was fortunate enough to utilize this tool with the Owner and Independent Quality firm to quickly track and approve documents, submit plan sheets for review and comment, and track corresponding events that happened out in the field.

Harley P., Granite Construction Company

FACS allows our project team to eliminate a good deal of paperwork and work more efficiently, communications between the field and the office happen in real-time ensuring everyone is updated on the latest issues and changes as they happen.

Manuel Silva, New York State Dept of Transportation