You were an excellent partner in every way. You delivered your commitments on time, you provided clear guidance on what you needed from me, why you needed it, and when my communication was not sufficient you asked for clarification.



Blazing a trail to better facilities management.


It's the little things

A project manager wades behind a stack of standard forms.A typical multi-million dollar campus construction project coordinates teams of hundreds of people, affects the lives of thousands of students, faculty, and staff, and generates reams upon reams of paper.  Seriously, hundreds of request for this, approval to do that kind of forms.

Your typical project manager spends a few minutes on each form filling out the same information: project number, title, location, etc.  Those minutes add up to hours, and days, and carpel tunnel syndrome.

So, unsurprisingly, we've had this request in the queue for some time:

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