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Location: Main > Software > Internet Based Services


 ACEN - The Construction Internet -- ACEN is a network of design, engineering, architectural, interior decorating, construction, supplier, contracting, developer, real estate and municipal construction experts. ACEN Exchanges and ACEN Directory of Construction Experts are a resource for our Members.
 ASPTIP Application Service Provider for Construction -- ASPTIP is your source to review the application software provider packages available to the construction industry. This site provides a comprehensive analysis of each vendor package.
 Construction Applications Servers -- Providing the PL E Program Management Application (PMA). The PMA is designed to be a single point data warehouse that contains information most often used by program managers during the course of construction projects.
 eBid Systems -- BidServer, enables paperless purchasing and contracting. Government agencies, contractors, engineers, and manufacturers can achieve dramatic savings with an internet procurement system.
 EZ Specs -- Building specs online service.
 Heating and Air Conditioning Information Service -- If you need to learn about heating, air conditioning or ventilation, this is the site. Ask our professionals.


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