Kacy Vance, an environmental manager of CalPortland Company, has worked in environmental compliance permitting for the last 20 years. Her latest feat has been to bring CalPortland into the digital era with Mapistry.
The largest building materials company producing cement and construction material products in the western United States, CalPortland has operations in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, and Arizona as well as in British Columbia and Alberta. CalPortland’s commitment to environmental leadership has made the organization stronger and the primary choice of contractors.
Learn firsthand how Kacy elevated her company from paper to progress.
“My predecessor was big on physical pieces of paper, so roughly 22 years of reports, discussions, performance and operational records were literally crammed into office filing cabinets.”
While everything was in one place, mountains of paperwork made it hard for the CalPortland team to find what they needed. Plus, if somebody left the organization, information was easily lost. With more than 15,000 different inspections each year, their system of manual paperwork was not sustainable.
To top it all off, the COVID-19 pandemic made it impossible to proceed with the status quo. Contractors were mailing paperwork to Kacy’s plant each month, and by the time she received it, the information was already outdated.
It was time for a change.