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Pair of Canadian contractors win innovation awards at B2W Software user conference

By On-Site Staff   


President of B2W Software, Bob Brown (right), presents the award to Ryan Priestly (left), the president of Priestly Demolition

PORTSMOUTH, N.H.—Two Toronto-based contractors are taking home innovation awards from the annual user conference of prominent American construction tech firm B2W Software.

The New Hampshire-headquartered software firm handed two of its three Client Innovation Awards for 2019 to Priestly Demolition and Soletanche Bachy Canada. The awards recognize builders taking advantage of the company’s construction management software to cut costs and improve operations.

B2W boasts clients in all 50 U.S. states, as well as every Canadian province, meaning the the two Toronto winners overcame no shortage of competition.

The final winner was Vermont-based Casella Construction.


Priestly Demolition was recognized for its use of B2W’s ONE Platform, particularly its success unifying numerous B2W product to streamline estimating and operations. The company said the new suite of software products has helped its team warm to using new technology.

Soletanche Bachy, meanwhile, earned the Best ROI award for doing away with spreadsheets and embracing B2W’s estimating tool that it said allowed the company to improve its hit-rate and secure large, complex projects in 2018.


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