We sat down with Jason Catalano, President of Catalano Construction to hear how Change Orders were affecting his business and why he switched to Extracker. Read below to learn more!

Extracker saves Catalano Construction fifteen hours and $1,500 per week in administrative time and costs.


Company: Catalano Construction
Company Type: Excavation & Site Work Contractor
Headquarters: Cumberland, Rhode Island
Annual Revenue: $10 million

For 30 years, Catalano Construction has constructed the groundwork for buildings, parks, and other facilities that shape people’s lives. They have grown from a humble home office to one of the most trusted and respected excavation companies in the industry.


Catalano Construction is a family-owned business, previously run by Jason's father. When he passed away suddenly, Jason became responsible for Change Orders overnight. He couldn't believe the inefficiency of their previous process, and he could never be sure how outstanding Change Orders were affecting his cash flow. He regularly spent weekends in the office catching up on Change Order administration. After finding a stack of unsubmitted T&M Tags long after a project had been closed out, he decided it was the last straw. 

"I needed a solution, and I wanted something that was easy to use for both the office and field staff. Extracker was the right solution for us."

- Jason Catalano
President, Catalano Construction



Jason implemented Extracker throughout the company and saw immediate results in the amount of time it was saving them when processing Change Orders. He was no longer spending weekends in the office processing Change Orders. 

"I have better work-life balance and more personal time, but not at the expense of the quality of our work."

- Jason Catalano
President, Catalano Construction


Before Extracker, his team had a backlog of documentation to process. Now, they enter documentation into Extracker so efficiently, they are ahead of their Change Order workload! Jason estimates that Extracker saves them about fifteen hours of administrative time per week. At an average rate of $100/hour, that saves them $1,500 per week in administrative time.

"It's helping with our cash flow, and it's making it a lot easier to track costs."

- Jason Catalano
President, Catalano Construction


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