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HCSS Awarded Three Roads and Bridges Contractors’ Choice Awards

Construction software developer HCSS has been awarded three Roads and Bridges Contractor’s Choice Awards. HeavyBid, the company’s flagship solution for construction estimating software, won the gold medal in the software bidding category. HeavyJob, the software for construction field entry and reporting, was awarded a gold medal in the software project management category. And, The Dispatcher construction resource management software received the silver medal in the fleet management category.

“We appreciate the continued recognition of our products by the readers of Roads and Bridges,” said HCSS President Mike Rydin. “We are driven to provide our customers with innovative software and friendly customer support so they can work more efficiently, and these awards let us know that we are on the right track.”

Roads & Bridges, published by Scranton Gillette Communications, is a 103-year trade publication covering the transportation construction and maintenance marketplace. The Contractor's Choice Awards represent the top products as selected by the contractor readership of Roads & Bridges magazine. HCSS has been recognized every year since the award’s inception in 2006.

ABOUT HCSS

Founded in 1986, HCSS is the leading provider of software solutions for the heavy civil construction industry. Over 40,000 professionals rely on HCSS software each day, including the bestsellers HeavyBid® and HeavyJob®, to improve their proficiency at estimating, job management, resource management, safety and equipment maintenance. HCSS also offers new mobile applications and cloud computing services to allow companies flexible device options and the latest in network technologies.

In addition to high quality software, HCSS is best known for providing world-class customer service with professional implementation planning, training and instant 24/7 phone support.

HCSS has won a “Best Places to Work in Texas” award for the past 5 years in a row, and was recognized by the Wall Street Journal in 2009 as one of the Top Small Workplaces in the country.

For more information, visit www.hcss.com, call 800-683-3196, e-mail [email protected] or stop by our office at 13151 West Airport Blvd., Sugar Land, Texas, 77478.

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