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NASFA is the only association dedicated exclusively to the state facilities professional and the unique challenges they face. Their diverse members are responsible for the planning, development, operations and maintenance of state facilities. Members represent facilities professionals in the departments of administration, transportation, real estate, parks, corrections, human services, and colleges and universities.
FacilityForce (formerly part of AssetWorks) has been a long-standing business partner with NASFA.
NASCA’s mission is to help state chief administrators and their teams strategically transform state government operations through the power of shared knowledge and thought leadership.
Founded in 1976, the National Association of State Chief Administrators (NASCA), is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 association representing state chief administrators - public officials in charge of departments that provide support services to other state agencies. NASCA provides a forum to exchange information and learn new ideas from each other and private partners.
Specializing in CAD/BIM since 1986, ACAD-Plus developed the AutoCAD™ Interface (OperateCAD), Revit™ Converter for FacilityForce, and AutoCAD Planning Scenarios (APS), which are powerful and flexible modules for integrating AutoCAD drawings and Revit models with FacilityForce. ACAD-Plus offers training and consulting services related to developing CAD/BIM Standards and Space Management as well as programming to automate redundant tasks in CAD. ACAD-Plus also provides field verification/measurement and drafting services to fully document your buildings, preparation of drawings/models for use within OperateCAD, as well as the creation of emergency egress plans, life safety plans, and plans for other disciplines.
Provider of a complete and robust array of cloud based solution services, Amazon Web Services are engineered for the most demanding requirements from security, compliance, scalability, and recovery. AWS supports mission critical workloads for enterprise applications, high performance computing, big data, and much more.
FacilityForce leverages the vast power of AWS to provide our customers with the assurance that their systems and data are maintained at high availability and secure.
Autodesk is a leading provider of computer-aided design software, offering a broad portfolio of 3D computer-aided design (CAD) applications and tools. Its AutoCAD and Revit software programs are used by architects, engineers, and structural designers to design, draft, and make models of products, buildings, and other objects.
FacilityForce leverages the Autodesk Forge Viewer within its facilities management software.
The creators of the ArcGIS platform, Esri provides a full suite of solutions supporting mapping and spacial analytics. Used the world over by organizations needing to understand and manage their geospatial data to global initiatives focused on conservation and sustainability, Esri are the pioneers of "Location Intelligence".
FacilityForce embeds the features from the ArcGIS platform to render facility management data that complements your GIS Data.
In the construction industry, RSMeans data is synonymous with detailed costs. It has been for decades. Robert Snow Means was a Civil Engineer who kept meticulous construction costs in a series of leather-bound books he made at his kitchen table. By the early 1940s, his peers were so impressed by his tracking of equipment, material and labor costs they began offering to buy his homemade “cost books.”
Today, RSMeans data from Gordian is available through FacilityForce. The database contains more than 92,000 line items and cost engineers spend more than 22,000 hours researching and validating the costs every year. The cost information is still available in books but is also accessible via CD and our dynamic estimating software.
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