TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Oct. 21, 2014) - On October 3rd, 2014, Govan Brown was named a bronze 2014 Vision Award winner by Constructech magazine in the Build/GC Commercial $101 million to $250 million category; a second win for Govan Brown, with their first win in 2008. The Vision Awards acknowledge companies that have stayed up-to-date on the latest technological trends and products in order to make decisions that have helped their businesses thrive.

Govan Brown implemented CMiC, a construction management software solution, in 2005 and has since been making significant improvements in project management, client satisfaction and retention. This year's award specifically recognizes Govan Brown's use of the CMiC Imaging module, thereby saving costs, improving productivity and becoming a paperless, eco-friendly organization. The award affirms Govan Brown's continuing leadership in the effective use of technology in the construction industry.

About Govan Brown: Govan Brown was founded in 1994 and is one of Canada's national leading providers of interiors and renovations services for the corporate, retail and hospitality markets. With a wide variety of construction solutions and services, Govan Brown has become a preferred contractor for some of Canada's largest companies. The firm is headquartered in Toronto and has offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa with project offices in Winnipeg and Halifax. A Best Managed Company for over 6 consecutive years, Govan Brown completes about $200 million a year in construction projects across Canada. The firm is owned by Jon Taylor, Ralph Govan and John Brown.

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Govan Brown
Serena Zeng
Director, Information Technology