Newforma, the leader in Project Information Management (PIM) software for architects, engineers, contractors and owners (AECO) worldwide, has won their fifth consecutive Document and Content Product of the Year Award at the 2019 Construction Computing Awards, also known as “The Hammers”.

The Hammers showcases and rewards technology, tools and solutions for the effective design, construction, maintenance and modification of commercial buildings, residential, and social housing and civil engineering projects of all sizes. Newforma Project Center is used by 9 of the top 10 architecture firms in the United Kingdom, 184 of the top 500 engineering firms, and 71 of the top 100 architecture firms worldwide.

Throughout 2019, Newforma further solidified their position to remain at the center of all things project related by implementing a powerful connector strategy with partners in the industry. Newforma connects Project Center to leading applications including O365, Procore, BIM 360, and more. Connectors reduce the firm’s administrative workload and streamline project workflows resulting in architects and engineers having more time for high-value work that drives firm profitability. In 2019, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, an architecture and planning firm, ranked #4 in the AJ100, selected Project Center as it’s PIM solution. Project Center has more than 122,000 users and 1200+ customers including HOK, Fosters+Partners, BDP, Hilson Moran, Derry Ltd., and more.

“Newforma proves for the 5th year in a row that they provide the best document management product,” said Dave Lee, Head of Department – CAD/BIM, Hilson Moran. Project Center is the best tool on the market for blending design required documentation and managerial administration,” continued Lee.

“We are honored to be a five-time recipient of The Hammer’s Award for Document and Content Product of the Year,” said Brock Philp, Newforma CEO. “We win when our customers win.” “This award adds fuel to our commitment to deliver software that adds value to the industry, continued Philp.”