University of Virginia Reaps Rewards of Integrated PMIS Workflow
The University of Virginia facilitates a more than $200 million capital program. Read the story on how they moved away from paper-driven processes.
“We now have a consistent process for every change order that gives everyone the ability to look at all change orders to make sure we’re moving forward, and be predictive for the
University of Virginia
Anthony DiTolve, Business Process Analyst
The University of Virginia Facilities Planning & Construction (FP&C) Department is responsible for the execution of the University’s Capital Project Program, a program that averages $200M+ annually (not including special projects). In 2018, FP&C has over 665 projects ongoing including the $550M University Hospital Emergency Department/Interventional Program/Bed Tower Expansion that will add approximately 425,000 square feet and renovate another 95,000 square feet.
- Reliance on disconnected files and folders
- Minimal insight into the true project cost
- Disconnected and inefficient change order process
- Inability to access scattered documents
Read this customer story to find out how the University of Virginia faced these challenges