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July 2020

ExeVision, Inc.--Proud 2020 Gold Member of NACE

As a new NACE sponsor, we thought it might be helpful to provide a quick overview of ExeVision. This is ExeVision's first year as a NACE sponsor following a great experience as an exhibitor at the Annual Conference in Wichita. ExeVision is the provider of affordable, web-based Project Development software solutions for county transportation agencies.

Founded in 1994 as a custom software development company, ExeVision has focused exclusively on providing road construction software solutions to state departments of transportation since 2008. In recent years, ExeVision has answered the needs of county transportation agencies to eliminate paper construction processes and take advantage of the same efficient electronic solutions used by state DOTs, but at a fraction of the cost, making it available and cost-effective for just about any county.

ExeVision provides a web-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Construction Project Development solution that efficiently manages construction projects including daily diaries, change orders, pay estimates, placements, field data collection, reporting, etc. As a subscription service, the software application is completely hosted and managed by ExeVision, so no additional overhead is required by the county.

Over the years, ExeVision has helped many agencies upgrade from paper-based, manual construction processes to efficient web-based solutions. For agencies needing electronic bidding, materials management/LIMS, project estimating or civil rights reporting, these too are available as part of the integrated Project Development (iPDWeb) solution.

See more about us at: https://www.ipdsoftware.com/saas


June 2020

Hartman Products, LP is excited to be a new corporate member of the National Association of County Engineers, and to prove it, we are offering a 10% discount on all of our products to all NACE members thru August 2020.  

Hartman Products, LP was founded in 2001 with an idea that would make installing endwalls/headwalls at the end of your culvert pipe easy for everybody. The stormwater industry was moving more towards HDPE plastic pipe because it was lightweight and easy to install. Bruce Hartman, the founder of Hartman Products, LP, had done a lot of drainage work over the years and with the move towards plastic in the industry, thought why not use the same concept for a stay-in-place form for the headwalls/endwalls at the end of the drainage pipe? After securing some investment thru local angel investors, the local Small Business Development Center helped him develop some stay-in-place forms made of LLDPE plastic, that look like a hand laid stone wall. Hartman Products, LP contracted with a major U.S. rotational molder to make the product for them and they continue to manufacture the product only in the U.S.A. today. The next steps were to get the industry to accept this new concept and approve our product's use throughout the country. The HartmanEW System for headwalls/endwalls has been installed on thousands of projects across the US as well as in Canada since 2001 and the product has been approved by 8 State DOT Agencies for use as well as multiple counties, cities, and townships. It is exceptionally durable and has survived thru major disasters such as Hurricane Katrina. The installer can simply lift the plastic stay-in-place form in to place at the end of the culvert pipe by their self (it only weighs 42lbs.), then the form is filled with any material to give it weight, including concrete, sand, stone, or just plain dirt, and then put the lid on and secure it down with stainless steel or galvanized screws. It is that easy and that quick, so try it, and you will never do it any other way!

Go to: www.hartmanendwalls.com for more information.   


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