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Reliance looks to Procore for construction management software

By On-Site Staff   


Construction management software continues to change the way contractors carry out projects. The pandemic has only accelerated the shift. PHOTO: Adobe Stock/Adam121

Procore Technologies, Inc. has added another major contractor to its list of Canadian clients.

The tech firm said Aug. 18 Reliance Construction Group has picked Procore’s construction management software to help it consolidate its processes and handle a growing number of projects in a single platform.

“We chose Procore because it’s a robust solution that is proven in the industry, and ensures our employees are armed with the best possible tools to improve their ability to collaborate and deliver,” Bryan Kaplan, the principal of Reliance, said in a release.

“We’re working remotely during the pandemic, which makes the move to Procore very natural,” Kaplan added. “Sharing documents on a single platform has ensured our teams are working with the same, up-to-date information, wherever they’re working. It’s given us a broad view of projects at a critical time.”


Headquartered in Montreal, Reliance has offices in Quebec and Ontario and a backlog of $1.9 billion. Having booked more than $500 million in revenue in 2019, it ranked 17th on On-Site’s most recent list of the Top 40 contractors in the country.

With more than 50 projects underway or soon to start across Ontario and Quebec, Procore said Reliance plans to continue streamlining its processes using the company’s construction management software.


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