CDCNews Expands its Plans and Specifications Service into Six New States

Construction Data Company, the elite provider of CDCNews commercial construction information business services, today has announced that its popular plans and specifications service is now available in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont.

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The way commercial construction companies obtain the information they need to find, bid and negotiate work is changing

Vero Beach, FL (PRWEB) November 3, 2010

Construction companies that are seeking information on commercial construction projects in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont can now benefit from CDCNews Plans and Specifications service.

The electronic Plans and Specifications service, announced by Bill Black, president of Construction Data Company, is designed to give commercial construction companies quick and easy access to plans and specifications, receive critical addenda in real-time, and search every word on every page of every Specbook.

“The way commercial construction companies obtain the information they need to find, bid and negotiate work is changing,” said Black. “CDCNews has always been the leader in commercial construction information business services. We started with our newspaper service in 1977. We then launched LeadManager, CDCNews’ web-based commercial construction project search application, in 1999. Now, after launching our plans and specifications service in Texas, Maryland, Virginia, upstate New York, Northern New Jersey and Washington, D.C., we are bringing it to the New England region and the future looks bright.”

Black added that in addition to the speed and ease of obtaining plans and specifications on a project, customers will enjoy reducing their high costs associated with traditional plan acquisition like non-refundable plan deposits and wasted productivity sending valuable staff time to pick-up a set of hard-copy plans.

Contractors interested in trying out CDCNews can sign up for a free trial here or call (800) 652-0008.

About Construction Data Company:
For more than 32 years Construction Data Company, the elite provider of CDCNews, BidTool, and DataFax’s commercial construction information business services, has been the trusted source for General Contractors, Construction Management Professionals, Subcontractors, Material Suppliers, and Estimators to locate commercial construction leads and commercial construction bids.

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