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Electronic construction collaboration system -- final phase.
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    Part of InTrans Project 08-325 ; SPR RB02-008 ;
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    This phase of the research project involved two major efforts: (1) Complete the implementation of AEC-Sync (formerly known as

    Attolist) on the Iowa Falls Arch Bridge project and (2) develop a WPMS for projects under $10 million.

    For the first major effort, AEC-Sync was provided for the Iowa DOT in a software as a service agreement, allowing the Iowa DOT to

    rapidly implement the solution with modest effort. During the 2010 fiscal year, the research team was able to help with the

    implementation process for the solution. The research team also collected feedback from the Broadway Viaduct project team members

    before the start of the project and implementation of the solution. For the 2011 fiscal year, the research team collected the post-project

    surveys from the Broadway Viaduct project members and compared them to the pre-project survey results. The result of the AEC-Sync

    implementation in the Broadway Viaduct project was a positive one. The project members were satisfied with the performance of AECSync

    and how it facilitated document management and transparency. In addition, the research team distributed, collected, and analyzed

    the pre-project surveys for the Iowa Falls Arch Bridge project. During the 2012 fiscal year, the research team analyzed the post-project

    surveys for the Iowa Falls Arch Bridge project AEC-Sync implementation and found a positive outcome when compared to the preproject


    The second major effort for this project involved the identification and implementation of a WPMS solution for smaller bridge and

    highway projects. During the 2011 fiscal year, Microsoft SharePoint was selected to be implemented on these smaller highway projects.

    In this year, workflows for the shop/working drawings for the smaller highway projects specified in Section 1105 of the Iowa DOT

    Specifications were developed. These workflows will serve as the guide for the development of the SharePoint pages. In order to

    implement the Microsoft SharePoint pages, the effort of an integrated team proved to be vital because it brought together the expertise

    required from researchers, programmers, and webpage developers to develop the SharePoint pages.

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