Version 4.3 Delivers More Value for Right-of-Way Acquisition and Management
Tampa, FL – PBS&J announces the release of ROW TRACKER version 4.3, its enterprise, Web-based solution for lifecycle right-of-way acquisition and management. With this release, ROW TRACKER offers an even more robust set of best-in-class tools, allowing organizations to more efficiently track, analyze, and forecast their right-of-way acquisition business processes for cost-effective, on-time project delivery. ROW TRACKER’s new modularized design provides ease for both integrated enterprise usage, as well as individual disciplines, while allowing for a phased implementation approach. New to this release:
• Enhanced project assignment tracking tools for staff and consultants.
• Additional capabilities to modify permission levels for role and group assignments.
• Increased integration with geographic information systems (GIS) including the ability to map a variety of production items including parcel status, value, and cost estimates.
• User capabilities to create additional time-saving report templates and form letters.
• Dashboard interface for at-a-glance global project status and drilldown to individual projects.
• Asset management, maintenance, and disposal tracking for owned properties.
Recognition of ROW TRACKER’s value has grown rapidly in recent years. Example of clients currently using PBS&J’s ROW TRACKER to actively manage their complex processes include the Texas Department of Transportation, Texas Turnpike Authority; Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission; Tarrant Regional Water District, Fort Worth; Florida Department of Transportation, Turnpike Enterprise; and Washington County, Oregon. These valued customers have in fact helped shape and define some of the latest improvements.
“PBS&J extends, improves, and provides new capabilities and performance with this release. ROW TRACKER continues to transform the way organizations manage the entire right-of-way acquisition process—empowering customers with schedule reduction, better internal and external collaboration, and increased productivity,” states Michelle Palmer, associate vice president of PBS&J.
PBS&J (www.pbsj.com) is an employee-owned firm that provides infrastructure planning, engineering, environmental, construction management, architecture, and program management services to public and private clients. The firm is ranked by Engineering News-Record as 22nd among the nation’s top consulting firms. PBS&J has 3,900 employees and more than 75 offices throughout the U.S. and abroad.