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City, CU to launch digital services

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The city of Springfield will in 2012 become the first Missouri jurisdiction to launch an online system for full digital submission and review services for construction projects, the city announced Dec. 15.
“Working with City Utilities, the city will implement Avolve Software’s ProjectDox ePlan software, streamlining plan review and approval, reducing administrative processing and paper and improving communication with developers, general contractors, design professionals and project owners," said Deputy City Manager Fred Marty, in a news release.
“Springfield strives to be ‘business development-friendly’, and therefore, streamlining and expediting the permitting process is a key driver for planning and development, especially when cities are competing for capital projects that offer positive, long-range growth opportunities," he added.
The software will be integrated with existing permit and archive systems to reduce redundant data entry and allow network and wireless document and data distribution to multiple city and CU departments and project personnel, the release said.[[In-content Ad]]


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