Reduce Financial Risk, Increase Project Productivity, and Earn Trust
Facilities and operations groups at top universities and colleges use e-Builder higher education project management to manage funding sources and bond program budgets and to improve capital project delivery.
By implementing e-Builder construction program software, an owner in the higher education enables processes consistency through automated workflows while standardizing and enforcing capital project planning policies and procedures.
On-demand performance dashboards put information at their fingertips. With improved visibility and contingency management, facility managers develop accurate forecasts and avoid costly surprises during design and construction of a higher education institution.
"The PMIS is an invaluable tool that allows us to track the number of projects, the speed of completion, and the value of the work we’re doing. We’re more efficient and productive."
"The transactional nature of [the e-Builder] platform allows us to have much more visibility and day-to-day insight into the status of the capital program."
Alamo College District
George Mason University
Portland Community College
Southern Methodist University
Texas A&M University
University of California, San Diego
University of Central Florida
University of Chicago
University of Maryland
University of Massachusetts Amherst
University of Southern California
University of Virginia
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