Managing the full cycle of documents doesn’t have to be a cumbersome and disjointed process. You shouldn’t have to jump out of one software and into another to access your construction documents. It only makes sense to have one central location for your entire team to work on all project docs.
Projectmates enables your team to collaborate in real-time from anywhere. Whether it’s a CAD file or drawing set, your team can securely log in and make changes from any device.
Whether you’re managing one or a dozen construction projects, it’s no secret that coordinating with your architects, engineers, and GC’s is like herding cats. To make sure that your team stays up to date and on task, we’ve designed real-time collaborative PDF markup capabilities. Even if your architect or another team member is on the other side of the world, they’ll be able to address drawing clarifications live with your GC on-site.
View, modify, and markup your 3D files just as you would with a PDF. Review layers, walkthrough, and comment on views of BIM models and other 3D files within our integrated viewer.
We built Projectmates’ document management suite to be intuitive and as easy to use as possible. Quickly email document links to external team members while controlling how long the links stay active. And of course, you’ll be able to simply drag and drop any file as you would expect. Our implementation team will work with you to configure the structure to match your construction process.
As the owner, you want to make sure your management software reflects your team’s workflow. That includes document management. It should intuitively make sense for your people. And because we get that each company runs a little differently, we built Projectmates to configure to your business. With our platform, easily modify document navigation by phase, division, or whatever works best for y’all.
“What we noticed was within 12 months we had eliminated all the printing and shipping costs, except for permit sets, within our process. A typical project was spending about $45 thousand dollars just to print and ship documents.”