Case Study – HDR’s Implementation of VisiSpecs

Portland, Maine (September 22, 2020) – Chalkline, Inc. has published a case study on the selection, implementation, and success HDR has achieved using VisiSpecs, The Visual Specification System.

HDR has expertise spanning more than 10,000 employees in more than 200 locations around the world – and counting. The case study outlines the requirements including ease of deployment, migration, user acceptance, and the ability for vendor-supplied training, vendor support, and a feedback system that led to functionality updates.  “Using VisiSpecs has enabled HDR to easily roll out the software, with very high user acceptance, technical support is very low, and rapid response by Chalkline is helpful in deploying and supporting HDR’s VisiSpecs implementation,” stated Eric Michnovez, HDR.

VisiSpecs Case Study HDR

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About Chalkline, Inc.

Chalkline is a developer of architectural and engineering specification software designed to visually document, coordinate, and verify BIM models and project specifications. VisiSpecs® is a suite of applications that includes VisiWord and VisiRevit. VisiSpecs is a software as a service (SaaS) cloud solution where its desktop and mobile applications store and access the model and specification data on the company’s cloud servers for easy access and collaboration among distributed team members. Built on familiar applications already in use by most in the market, VisiSpecs requires minimal training and setup time. Users can easily integrate their own masters and project documents with the project models to accomplish true BIM integration without learning to use complicated model applications and without a lengthy integration process. For those who do use model applications, VisiSpecs provides direct access to the project specifications and documentation. For more information, visit