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Powerproject by Elecosoft wins Project Management Software of the Year for the ninth time

We’re delighted to announce that Powerproject by Elecosoft has won the Project Management Software of the year at this year’s Construction Computing Awards (aka #theHammers) for the 9th year in a row!

The Construction Computing Awards have been running for seventeen years and showcase and reward the solutions, technology and tools that enable the effective design, construction and maintenance of building and civil engineering projects – whatever their size.
Our award goes to our customers who voted for us and continue to shape Powerproject’s design and its use across the built environment from construction projects, infrastructure, engineering, fit-out and residential buildings.

We congratulate our dedicated team for developing such an innovative project planning and management software for the built environment.
These are challenging, fast-moving times for construction and the ongoing digitisation of project management continues to provide us with opportunities to develop Powerproject to meet the current and future requirements of our customers.

A thank you to everyone that voted for us and to the Construction Computing team for an enjoyable and inspiring evening. This is an honour.

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