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West Virginia Asphalt Paving Market Analysis and Case Study

Several years ago, Infotech participated in a high-level market analysis for the state of West Virginia. The initial findings from that analysis launched an investigation that led to a $101.35 million settlement for the state.

Jeff Derrer

Data Work Makes Data Work: Laying the Foundation for Analysis

Learn how your agency can tackle data analysis with the right partner and mindset.

Jeff Derrer

[Case Study] Wolverine Engineers & Surveyors, Inc. Brings e-Construction Innovation to Michigan Municipalities

Fueled by a desire to embrace the future of digital project delivery, Wolverine sought out cloud-based solutions that would allow for visual daily reports, remote online bidding, and paperless change order management.

Nate Binder

5 Ways to Lead a Cyber-Aware Transportation Organization in 2022

Cyber threats to all transportation agencies are increasing at an exponential rate because of the reliance on new technology to support operational needs. How can your organization overcome common cybersecurity challenges?

Doug Couto

Understanding GIS: Location, Location, Location

A Geographic Information System is a database of geographic data, combined with software tools for managing, analyzing, and visualizing that data.

Ron Perkins

6 Key Insights from Let’s Be Civil, Episode 2: Cybersecurity

As our industry becomes more technologically advanced, it’s only natural for industry cybersecurity practices to grow alongside innovations like e-Construction software and the construction cloud.

Nate Binder

The Benefits of Vendor-Paid vs. Agency-Paid e-Procurement Models

When it comes to adopting an e-Procurement or e-Bidding solution, agencies are often faced with one key question - how do they want to pay for it? Many platforms offer two options: agency-pay and vendor-pay.

Dr. Joseph Rowland

Infotech’s Owner-Centric Approach to Construction Software Solutions

What does it mean to be owner-centric? That’s a question we often have to answer to new employees, whether they’re in sales or software development.

Ward Zerbe

A Picture is Worth a 1000 Field Notes

The rapid adoption of photo-inspection technology on construction job sites is destined to have a tremendous impact on the way project reporting and inspection is accomplished.

Ron Perkins

[Case Study] The City of Grand Rapids Goes Paperless with e-Bidding

Paper bidding often led to late submissions, time-intensive bid processing, and wasted plan packets for the City of Grand Rapids, Michigan. How did they tackle these challenges? By ditching paper altogether.

Nate Binder

5 Key Insights from Let’s Be Civil, Episode I: Infrastructure Bill Impacts

What will $550 billion in federal funding mean for the heavy civil construction industry? New reporting requirements, staffing needs, and technology expectations could mark a tectonic shift for the heavy civil infrastructure industry when the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passes.

Nate Binder

Meeting Demand for Digital Project Delivery through Strategic Partnerships

Accurate and standardized data collection is the building block to the construction technologies that will soon become the centerpiece of projects large and small.

Ron Perkins
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