Valley Metro Saves up to 6,000 Hours on Submittal Processing

Project name: Valley Metro Enterprise-Wide Implementation | Industry: Road & RailLocation: Phoenix, Arizona

Valley Metro is a rapidly growing transportation agency serving the greater Phoenix area. They recognized the need to implement and standardize on industry specific, modern technology to uphold their high quality standards through significant growth.

Challenges

  • Rapid organizational growth
  • Managing multiple projects simultaneously
  • Need for transparency across municipalities
  • Current technology that required customization, too much IT support and did not support real-time collaboration with external organizations

Solutions

  • Flexible and scalable solution to support all projects and grow with the organization
  • An organization to partner with on process, implementation, training and support
  • A cloud based system that provides secure space for each organization and process standardization across projects

Results

  • Supporting Valley Metro’s sustainability value by virtually eliminating hard copy package distribution.Example savings of $200K on a 1.8 mile extension
  • Valley Metro is saving 4,500 to 6,000 hours per project on submittal processing
  • Valley Metro is saving 4-5 days per design review
  • RFI cycles have been reduced by 4-8 hours

 

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