Meridian’s Proliance software provides a complete ILM solution for optimizing the plan – build – operate lifecycle for capital projects, programs and facilities. A long-time Meridian customer, DMJM H&N originally adopted Proliance technology to help ensure successful program management delivery on several multi-billion dollar infrastructure programs located around the world.
DMJM H&N has successfully used Proliance as the basis for its branded ePM (electronic Program Management) solution which has been used on several large scale building projects including an $80 million capital project for John Deere’s new corporate offices in Moline, Illinois. Based on these successes, DMJM H&N decided to expand their relationship with Meridian by becoming a Proliance Consulting Partner.
“Meridian solutions have helped us to build a strong reputation for excellence in program management,” said Kim McAvoy, associate VP of ePM solutions, DMJM H&N. “Because of this success, we have decided to make it available as part of the services we offer to our AEC clients.”
The DMJM H&N ePM Solutions Group brings together program management domain expertise, technical knowledge of the Proliance Web services platform, as well as software implementation experience to create the ideal consulting partnership with Meridian. DMJM H&N and Meridian will work together to bring the Proliance solution to new building owner clients by offering implementation, support, and training capabilities.
“DMJM H&N is an excellent Proliance Consulting Partner because of their program management expertise and knowledge of enterprise software implementations,” said John Bodrozic, president and cofounder of Meridian. “This alliance is expected to increase our global footprint, allowing us to extend Proliance implementation services to new customers worldwide.”
Proliance software combines project and portfolio management, facilities management, business process management and business analytics to create one comprehensive software system of record for tracking the performance of large capital projects and programs. For more information on Proliance, please visit: http://www.meridiansystems.com/products/proliance/index.asp.
About DMJM H&N
Headquartered in Los Angeles, DMJM H&N is one of the largest design, technology and program and construction management firms in the world. The firm provides strategic facilities planning, master planning, architecture, interiors, program and construction management, IT and security systems design services for large-scale building projects and programs. DMJM H&N has led some of the largest development and construction programs in the United States, including the multi-billion dollar renovation of the Pentagon, bond programs for the nation’s largest school districts, the new Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters, the new PATH Terminal at the World Trade Center (in association with Santiago Calatrava), and the headquarters for the RAND Corporation. DMJM H&N has been recognized for its leadership in sustainable building, winning numerous awards for LEED certified projects. As part of AECOM, DMJM H&N offers access to more than 35,000 professionals in over 60 countries worldwide.
About Meridian Systems
Meridian Systems, a Trimble Company (NASDAQ: TRMB), provides software solutions that improve capital program, project and facility performance. Meridian product and service offerings enable building owners, construction firms, and public agencies to streamline the plan-build–operate project lifecycle, reducing construction costs, schedules, and project risk. Meridian has been ranked the market share leader for project management software by Constructech magazine,1 and by the CFMA among general contractors larger than $101 million in revenue.2 For more information, call Meridian Systems at (800) 850 2660, or visit: www.meridiansystems.com.
12008 National Construction-Technology Survey, Constructech Magazine.
2CFMA’s 2008 Information Technology Survey for the Construction Industry, seventh edition.
Tamara Kaestner, 916-294-2375
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