AASHTOWare Project 4.1 Brings Key Upgrades & Enhancements

February 28, 2019

Reasons to Upgrade Now for Improved Efficiencies

One of the AASHTOWare Project Task Force’s strategic objectives is to provide innovative products to address business needs and provide value to the user community by regularly addressing issues that arise in the software. The release of AASHTOWare Project 4.1 addressed more than 30 Ticket Modification Requests and improved a range of user experiences. Here are a few key enhancements:

ModuleEnhancements
AASHTOWare Project Civil Rights & Labor™ ● Calculate federal and state overtime rates with web-based software logic
● Support the analysis of salaried employees on a contractor’s payroll
● Copy and Modify wage decisions
AASHTOWare Project Construction & Materials™ ● Improvements to Daily Work Report (DWR) item posting and selection and insufficient materials calculations
● Ability to send multiple sample record tests to the lab
● Sampling and testing status report projections to satisfy requirements
AASHTOWare Project Estimation™● New Spec Book with improved item mapping and historical data retention
● Synchronized item line numbers when project items are manually renumbered

Additionally, agencies that upgrade can expect to have access to all licensed modules under the AASHTOWare Project suite with a single set of login credentials.

Don’t just take it from us, talk to your peers. A number of agencies have upgraded their AASHTOWare Project production environments to 4.1 with positive results. We encourage you to contact these agencies to discuss to find out first-hand about their experience upgrading:

  • Kurt Estrem, Iowa DOT – AASHTOWare Project Preconstruction™
  • Quinton Tillman, Florida DOT – AASHTOWare Project Preconstruction
  • Matt Looney and Mark Faulhaber, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet – AASHTOWare Project Preconstruction and Civil Rights & Labor
  • Robert May, New Jersey DOT – AASHTOWare Project Preconstruction and Civil Rights & Labor
  • Mike Lippsmeyer, Oregon DOT – AASHTOWare Project Preconstruction

Staying current is crucial to preventing potential incompatibilities, security vulnerabilities and to accessing new enhancements. Contact your Info Tech account manager or your agency’s End User Designee today to discuss how to can create a plan for upgrading. A map of all agencies and their Account Manager can be found by logging into Cloverleaf and navigating to People > Info Tech Account Manager Territories.

By Janet Treadway, AASHTOWare Project – Business Administrator/Electronic Project Delivery Management lead with the Ohio Department of Transportation, and Chad Schafer, Director Account Management and Technical Sales at Info Tech


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