Denver airport adopts Textura’s solution to standardise payment for construction work

7 January 2014 (Last Updated January 7th, 2014 18:30)

US-based construction collaboration solutions provider Textura has announced that Denver International Airport (DIA) has adopted its Textura-CPM Enterprise to standardise its payment and invoicing process.

US-based construction collaboration solutions provider Textura has announced that Denver International Airport (DIA) has adopted its Textura-CPM Enterprise to standardise its payment and invoicing process.

The software combines all the elements of the construction payment management process, including billing, lien waiver collection, compliance management and payments, into a single seamless workflow.

As Textura-CPM Enterprise shifts the entire process online, it allows project stakeholders to access project information in real-time, which can lead to better decision making.

"The goal is to improve the pay application process."

The product does not the involve stacks of paper which are usually associated with a construction project.

Denver International Airport CFOr Patrick Heck said: "With Textura-CPM Enterprise, the goal is to improve the pay application process for certain construction and design projects.

"An airport the size of DIA always has a number of projects underway where Textura will provide great benefit to the airport and our partners."

Textura chairman and CEO Patrick Allin said: "As one of the busiest airports in the world, DIA has a constant stream of construction and improvement projects.

"We are confident that our solutions will help them gain efficiencies and improve productivity."

Denver International Airport, located in Denver, Colorado, is the largest airport in the US by total area and the world's 13th busiest airport.