The Every Day Counts (EDC) innovation of the month for November is e-Construction and partnering: a vision for the future, which uses paperless technologies to enhance partnering among project stakeholders.

Both e-Construction and construction partnering are proven approaches to help agencies improve the delivery of transportation projects. Using the two practices together offers even greater opportunities to manage projects effectively and efficiently.

In Every Day Counts round four (EDC-4), 25 States, Washington, DC, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Federal Lands Highway (FLH) plan to demonstrate and assess e-Construction tools and processes. Another 21 States expect to make e-Construction a standard practice.

Ten States, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and FLH plan to demonstrate and assess paperless technologies to improve partnering among stakeholders on construction projects in EDC-4. Another 17 States plan to make e-Construction and partnering a standard practice in project delivery.

View an Innovation Spotlight on e-Construction and Partnering.

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