Introducing Newforma ConstructEx
Manchester, NH – Newforma, a leader in Project Information Management (PIM) software for architects, engineers, contractors and owners (AECO) worldwide, announced today that it is changing the name of Project Cloud for Construction to ConstructEx. As a web-based software as a service used by firms in North America to manage RFIs, submittals and current document sets, ConstructEx organizes all aspects of construction management workflow.
“The ConstructEx name further clarifies and emphasizes our specific offering addressing construction management collaboration across the entire project team,” said Ray DeZenzo, Newforma’s Chief Operating Officer. “As a company serving the AECO industry, our goal with ConstructEx is to optimize the construction management workflow, including RFI’s and submittals, while minimizing administrative overhead.”
ConstructEx integrates information from design, construction and owner’s teams and provides web-based, markup and review tools within the RFI and submittal workflow, which saves time while mitigating risk. At the end of the project, a digital archive of the project is provided as the complete record of the project history.
Additional reasons why ConstructEx is touted by customers:
- Reduces submittal and RFI review time by 40 percent or more.
- Informs consultants and engineers in real-time.
- Mitigates risk, removes confusion and saves time.
- Streamlines responses and keeps a history of all comments.
- Finds information quickly and easily.
Newforma is the building and infrastructure industry’s leading Project Information Management (PIM) software company dedicated to improving project delivery. Newforma Project Center, its flagship product, enables architects and engineers to be more effective as they organize project data, collaborate with project team members and manage construction projects from inception to delivery. Newforma ConstructEx automates workflows related to document approval, PDF markup and general communication. To date, more than 1,500 architecture, engineering, and construction companies have used Newforma software on more than 2.5 million projects around the world. For more information, visit www.newforma.com.