Mortenson, Procore Wed Missions in Cloud

Mortenson, Procore Wed Missions In Cloud

by JOHN GREGERSON | Feb 4, 2016

In December, Carpinteria, CA-based Procure Technologies Inc. celebrated the notable milestone of reaching one million users for its cloud-based, construction management software. But none were bigger than the deal it inked just before the end of the year with contracting giant M.A. Mortenson Co.


In just weeks, citing the platform's "ease of use", Minneapolis-based Mortenson already has implemented the software on more than 60 projects across the U.S. The two firms officially announced Mortenson's decision to use Procore earlier this week.

“Partnering with Mortenson is a testament to our ability to deliver a technology solution that has the enterprise-level functionality required to support even the largest construction firms,” said a pleased Tooey Courtemanche, Procore's founder and CEO. “This industry has been underserved when it comes to technology, which is why we've worked closely with our customers to develop a project management platform with a breadth of features that meets our clients' needs throughout the project life cycle and eliminates the need for a scattered collection of single-purpose construction software applications.”

Procore mascot is still flying high on big contract news.

Procore mascot is still flying high on big contract news.

Those features were enough to win over Mortenson, which logged annual revenues exceeding $3 billion last year, enough to place it 18th on ENR magazine's annual listing of The Top 400 Contractors.

“Working with the Procore team has exceeded our expectations in every way, and the software platform is easy to use and allows quick implementation, which is what our project teams expect," explained Mortenson SVP Mark Sherry

With offices in Chicago, Denver, Milwaukee, Phoenix, Seattle, Portland OR, Madison WI, and San Antonio TX, in addition to operations in Canada and China, Mortenson specializes in a variety of project types, including health care, stadiums and arenas, higher education, hospitality and life sciences. Current prominent projects include U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis for the National Football League's Minnesota Vikings, and a new residence hall and dining commons at the University of Chicago.

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