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Custom Home Builder Software from Co-construct Clears Over $2.3 Billion in Home Remodeling in 2013

Co-construct Provides the First and Only Web-Based Construction Management Software Designed for Both Builders and Clients

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., March 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Co-construct, the custom home builder software designed to streamline all phases of the construction and remodeling process for contractors and their clients, is pleased to announce that the company cleared $2.3 billion in home remodeling in 2013.


Co-construct is the first web-based software designed for both the builder and the client in mind. The program was created specifically for custom projects that require detailed management tools for adapting to new developments and perpetually changing concepts, materials and designs.

The numerous benefits of using the Co-construct project management software include the ability to quickly and easily change materials selections and share that information with everyone involved; the power to coordinate the schedules of contractors and clients and track the progress of each task; the flexibility to communicate with anyone on the project through an organized, patent-pending system that tracks all correspondence in one centralized location; and the convenience of being able to access tools that help manage the project budget and automatically send updates to clients.

Co-construct guarantees that their clients will be able to increase their overall efficiency and save at least 30 minutes each day so they can have more time for personal and family affairs. By offering the ability to properly organize both major and minor details, this groundbreaking construction software ensures that contractors will be able to eliminate 95 percent of disagreements, leading to fewer mistakes throughout the construction process.

Co-construct also guarantees an improved customer experience through its straightforward and user-friendly interface, which will lead to positive feedback and more business in the future.

Co-construct has developed a reputation for excellence in the construction community for their revolutionary custom construction and remodeler software, which has received praise from numerous contractors and construction companies. To illustrate, Schroeder Design/Build in Fairfax, Virginia went from an industry standard of 25 percent prospect-to-sale conversion ratio to over 80 percent in just four months thanks to their improved ability to present and communicate information about their projects to prospective clients.

"It's all about the value that it provides to our future customers. Having this style of electronic communication with them allows us to move the project forward even while they're busy with their lives and their jobs so they can earn the money to have us build them a great project," a testimonial from Trish Schroeder, co-founder of Schroeder Design/Build stated.

About Co-construct:

Donny Wyatt started Co-construct after he and his wife had a "typical" custom homebuilding experience — and set out on a mission to ensure that no other home builder, remodeler, or client would fall victim to the same hair-pulling, blood-pressure-raising, cash-sucking problems that he had. He started with that emotional passion as a frustrated client, meshed it with the contractor's challenges, and applied lessons learned from his successful career in the telecom, IT, and legal industries. With that uncommon blend of an insider's and outsider's perspective, Donny and his team launched Co-construct. And all the rest followed. Since 2005, Co-construct continues to grow, debt-free, to be the longest-running web-based software system built to meet the unique needs of custom home builders and remodelers. For more information, please visit

Media Contact: Donny Wyatt, Co-construct, 800-213-3392, [email protected]

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