The City of Detroit has recently brought ProjectDox online with workflows for both Building and Planning Departments. The City has also implemented Online Submission Application (OAS) to provide an easy and efficient applicant process!
Avolve is excited to be participating in the annual SUGA Conference in Nashville, TN. As a valued partner with Superion, Avolve offers integrations with both the Naviline and TrakIT permitting systems and our industry-leading ePlan solution, ProjectDox!
Stop by and see us at Booth 34 to learn more and don’t miss our informative sessions on integrating with ProjectDox for greater efficiency and faster time to issuance.
Breakout: Tuesday at 3:30 pm and Wednesday at 11:15 am
Mini Theatre Session (20 minutes): Tuesday at 1:45 pm
The City of Orlando Permitting Services has now joined the City Planning Division in adopting a full digital plan review process with ProjectDox! Read more…
Congratulations to the City of St. Louis Park as they have gone live with ProjectDox for online plan submissions for commercial and residential building permits. St. Louis Park is a first-ring suburb of Minneapolis with a population of approximately 45,000.
The City of Los Angeles, CA has selected ProjectDox for its new electronic plan review solution. After a thorough evaluation process Los Angeles, the second most populous city in the US, chose ProjectDox as the most proven and trusted ePlan solution in the marketplace.
With a census-estimated 2015 population of nearly 4 million, LA is the cultural, financial, and commercial center of Southern California. The Los Angeles–Long Beach metropolitan area has a gross metropolitan product of $866 billion, making it the third-largest economic metropolitan area in the world.
Three of the six major film studios—Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox, and Universal Pictures—are located within the city limits. LA is also the largest manufacturing center in the western United States. The contiguous ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach together comprise the fifth-busiest port in the world and the most significant port in the Western Hemisphere and is vital to trade within the Pacific Rim. Singly, the Port of Los Angeles is the busiest container port in the United States and the largest cruise ship center on the West Coast. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the sixth busiest commercial airport in the world.
Avolve is excited to announce that our 2017 User Conference (PDUG-CON) will be held October 2-4 in Houston, Texas!
With ProjectDox at the center, Houston has introduced a new era in customer service delivery with the launch of its new eServices brand. Serving the most populous city in Texas, the City of Houston Permitting Center’s mission is to serve those who are driving Houston’s economy by helping them achieve their goals. Avolve and the City of Houston look forward to welcoming the ProjectDox User Group to the seventh annual user conference this Fall.
Mark your calendar to attend and stay tuned for more details!
ProjectDox 8.6 is here!
The most powerful electronic plan review solution yet, this newly released version includes awesome new features and capabilities such as:
- Quick Review – greater collaboration with Applicants and Reviewers
- Bluebeam Revu Integration – use Bluebeam with ProjectDox
- Workflow Enhancements – improved process management controls
- Discussion Boards – for projects, files and tasks
- Updated Brava Viewer – improved performance, HTML5 viewer, browser support
Avolve is excited to announce that our solutions have recently been selected by the awesome cities of San Jose, Detroit and Hamilton, Canada. We look forward to bringing the power of ProjectDox and more to these jurisdictions!
Gainesville is the county seat and largest city in Alachua County, Florida with a population of 127,000. Home to the University of Florida, the City of Gainesville is also a recognized world-leader in solar power. The City has just brought ProjectDox online to accelerate and improve four of their critical business processes in the Building, City Planning, Capital Improvement and County Planning Departments.
DeKalb County has brought ProjectDox online in its Building Permit Division as part of a major technology update to meet growing economic demands for faster building approvals. The County has begun an 18-month overhaul of the technology used in its permitting and business license operations by upgrading to Hansen 8.4 and implementing ProjectDox electronic plan review software. This new software will create efficiencies by automating previously manual tasks, while improving customer service through electronic plan submittal, review, and approval. ProjectDox will be expanded into the County’s Planning and Land Management departments later this year.
Avolve is looking forward to the upcoming PDUG conference with our awesome users, generously hosted this year by the City of Austin on October 11 and 12!
If you are a ProjectDox user, you will not want to miss this year’s event. Contact us for registration details!
Avolve is excited to announce that ProjectDox has gone live in the new customer jurisdictions of Anchorage, AK and Richmond, BC.
The City of Portland, OR has also recently expanded ProjectDox into their Building Plan Review process.
We are excited to bring ProjectDox to Carmel, a suburban city in Hamilton County, Indiana, located immediately north of Indianapolis. It has been one of the fastest-growing communities in the country, and is the fifth-largest city in Indiana. In 2012, Carmel was selected the Best Place to Live in United States by CNN Money magazine.
We are excited to announce that Sedgwick County, Kansas has recently selected ProjectDox as they move to electronic plan review. Sedgwick County is the second-most populous county in Kansas and home to the County Seat of Wichita, the most populous city in the state.
Congratulations to New Castle County, Delaware for going live with ProjectDox! New Castle County has the highest population and population density of any Delaware county, even though it is the smallest. It is also the most economically developed. New Castle County has a strong zoning code, known as the Unified Development Code, or UDC. The UDC was developed by the Gordon Administration in response to public perception of over- and mis- development in the county. New building projects must go through an arduous process of application and approval before construction is permitted to begin.
Stafford County knows how to foster a thriving economy for its citizens, and has been recognized recently for business growth year over year of 4.1%, and annualized job growth rate of 2.6% – making Stafford the #1 job creator in Virginia. In 2006, and again in 2009, Stafford was ranked as the 11th highest income county in America by Forbes magazine. Jurisdictions like Stafford County select ProjectDox to power economic growth by accelerating permit approvals and tax revenues!
In a bid to get new developments built sooner, Fairfax County is taking the first step to going paperless. Under a new pilot, developers can submit their zoning proposals online for major projects, like rezonings. Planners expect this new, online system will cut the time it takes to get applications officially accepted for review.
Fairfax is testing out this new system as part of a broader strategy to rev up its economy. As part of its Economic Success plan, the county is improving the speed, consistency and predictability of its development review process. Watch the video…
The City of Orlando is making it easier than ever to submit plans for review. We congratulate Orlando, Florida for the fastest implementation to date of ProjectDox! Using our Best-in-Class Workflow for Planning, the City brought the electronic plan review solution live in under six weeks. Best-in-Class Workflow for Building is coming soon!
We are pleased to announce that the 2016 ProjectDox User Group Conference (PDUG) will be hosted by the City of Austin, Texas on October 11 and 12!
If you are a ProjectDox Customer Jurisdiction – mark your calendars and stay tuned for registration details, coming soon!
The City of Fort Myers Building, Permitting and Inspections division has made simplifying the permit process a priority for homeowners, contractors and design professionals. Time is of the essence for everyone involved in construction, so reducing the time to obtain a building permit is essential. A key element to greater efficiency is replacing the old paper-based plan review process with an electronic-based simultaneous plan review system.
As of February 1, 2016 all permit types, including those requiring Engineered plans, can be submitted online through ePlan. Read more…