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Morgan Engineering: Streamlining Industrial Systems Development, Installation, and Commissioning With VPO Project Management Solutions

Since 1868, Morgan Engineering has been a world leader in material handling systems. The company has built a global reputation as the leading designer of overhead electric traveling cranes, and holds thousands of patents and designs related to the development and installation of more than 30,000 ...

The Unique Advantages of a Paperless System

This year has thrown us many curveballs and forced us to make decisions and reevaluate our processes, software, and systems. One of the biggest and most positively influential changes you can make in your construction project management business is to go paperless. 

[Park City Municipal Corporation] Managing Municipal Construction Projects More Effectively with VPO Solutions

The venue for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and home of the Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah, has transformed itself from its roots as a silver mining town into a world-class mountain resort. The Park City Municipal Corporation, part of the local city government, has set the goal of helping ...

Bowen Collins & Associates: Boosting Construction Management Efficiency, Saving Time

Bowen Collins & Associates, Inc., is a Utah- and Idaho-based design, engineering, and construction management firm that provides professional services related to water, wastewater, electrical, environmental, transportation, and general construction projects. Although design and engineering services ...

Suffering from Version Confusion? 5 Simple Ways to Be Better at Documentation

Are you searching through old documents trying to find the latest information? Are you reading documents line by line trying to remember the last update was? Are you lining up multiple drawings trying to piece together the progress? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then you might ...