Projectmates, the enterprise construction project management software, today announced that Nueces County has selected the Projectmates platform to future-proof its construction program. SOC2 Type II certified and trusted by government agencies for more than 20 years, Projectmates was built for agility, scalability and affordability.
By implementing Projectmates, Nueces County, the fourteenth most-populous county in Texas, will now be able to manage the complete lifecycle of their construction program—from planning, bidding and building through to the turnover to facilities—all in one platform.
Visibility across multiple construction projects is a major challenge, and one that ties directly into managing timelines and cost containment.
Running on Microsoft Azure, Projectmates will replace the county’s previous solution for managing current and future capital projects.
“Communication and change orders tend to be two areas that can make or break construction projects. Not knowing the true impact of changes or delays, and especially not having real-time information at hand, is why many projects fail,” said Varsha Bhave, founder and CTO of Projectmates and its parent company Systemates, Inc. “We help our clients solve those challenges by bringing all information—from budgets to bids to construction workflows—into one platform that is accessible from anywhere, making communication instant. The platform also ensures critical decisions are made using the most current data, not speculations.”
Trusted by government institutions for 20+ years, Projectmates construction program management software transforms the way projects are tracked and managed to avoid delays and save money. The only software that provides the security, transparency and accountability vital to government agencies.
The Projectmates team is now working with Nueces County to implement the new software, and is ensuring all stakeholders are set up for success with clear audit trails, custom role-based permissions, and version control on all documents. By incorporating the new collaborative software, the county is creating a transparent environment that fosters quick issue resolution and helps control taxpayer dollars.