Autodesk inks tech contract with Evans General Contractors

Autodesk announced its tech contract with Evans General Contractors, a contracting firm in Atlanta, Georgia, for the deployment of Autodesk Construction Cloud and construction management platform and integration into its standard operating procedures (SOP).
Autodesk IT eventEvans General Contractors will be using Autodesk Construction Cloud to onboard new employees and maximize coordination across project stakeholders and minimize errors on projects. Evans manages more than 50 projects annually and brings in over $1.2 billion in annual revenues.

“Autodesk Build scales with us so we can maintain and enhance our quality of service with cloud-based project management, ensuring everyone has access to the information they need when they need it, to remain in sync and minimize issues,” said Jeff Jepson, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Evans General Contractors.

Evans adopted Autodesk Build, a construction management and field collaboration solution in Autodesk Construction Cloud, after using PlanGrid across its projects. Autodesk Build’s desktop and mobile applications enable Evans’ teams to collaborate and maintain a high level of coordination to minimize mistakes and rework on their complex projects.

Autodesk Docs has the common data environment for Autodesk Construction Cloud and powers analytics capabilities. The common data environment can also be linked with other technology solutions in Autodesk Construction Cloud’s integration partner ecosystem, enabling Evans to connect its people and data across workflows.

Evans is adopting Autodesk Takeoff, BuildingConnected and TradeTapp to connect its preconstruction teams and data to subsequent building workflows and enhance project coordination and delivery.

“We built the Autodesk platform to simplify the way our customers work, standardize collaborative processes and empower data-driven decision making,” Brandon Lacourciere, senior director of customer success, Autodesk Construction Solutions.

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