CDCNews’ Plans and Specifications Service for Commercial Construction Companies

November 03, 2010 / Elizabeth Buckley, Commercial Property Analyst

Commercial construction companies that are looking for information on commercial construction ventures in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, and Maine can now take advantage from Construction Data Company’s CDCNews Specifications and Plans service.

CDCNews’ Plans and Specifications Service for Commercial Construction Companies

According to the president of CDC Bill Black, the Specifications services and electronic Plans are designed to provide commercial construction companies an easy and quick access to specifications and plans, receive important additions in real-time, and then the ability to explore each word on all pages of every Spec book.

Black also added that the process on how commercial construction companies secure important that they need to make access to, negotiate wok, and bid is now changing.

CDCNews has been the leader in providing commercial construction companies with information regarding construction information and business since 1977, when the company launched its first newspaper and then launching in 1999 its internet-based application project for commercial construction.

Construction Data Company is been in the business for more than 32 years.

Now, Construction Data Company is brings its plans and specifications service for commercial construction companies in New England area, after launching its first in upstate New York, Washington, D.C., Northern New Jersey, Texas, Virginia, and Maryland.

Black added that aside from the extra ease and speed of acquiring specifications and plans on a venture for commercial construction companies, their clients will also benefit from reducing the expensive costs, which is related with the usual plan acquisition, such as wasted efficiency time by sending important personnel to get a pair of hard-copy plans and non-refundable plan deposits.

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