If you’ve been working with claims and disputes for as long as I did (20 years), you must remember your first “Nightmare project”. 
Yeah, that ONE project that made you flip the table. That ONE project that you poured your blood, sweat, and tears into, searching through all design changes that occurred so that you can find that one right piece of evidence to support your claim.
It wasn’t just about the project that was worth hundreds of millions, but my client’s reputation was at stake.
In my “nightmare project”, I was the underdog. Managing a construction project like that was like a fight between Rocky and Apollo Creed. I thought I was ready, but I got knocked down by a large table full of design changes that needed reviewing.
And the worst part of that scenario is, I had to do it all manually, because, at that time, it was an industry standard. 
Oh boy, countless working days and hours ahead of me, and I knew I was gonna get hit with drawing changes, scheduling delays, and budget overruns. But I had to keep fighting until I heard that final bell.
To make matters worse, the documents were scattered across multiple platforms and file types. I had to dig through emails, spreadsheets, and CAD drawings just to piece together the timeline of the project.
I know the ins and outs of resolving disputes like this one, and the worst-case scenario is missing the critical evidence because the whole process is tedious. And, let’s face it, even the most experienced of us will miss the tiniest drawing change because we are not machines.
But what if…
That day, I had an epiphany. What if I could create AI-driven software that could help me with the tedious process of reviewing design changes? After years of hard work, Lupa was born.
And it wasn’t just any software – it is the only one on the market that offered a complete solution for claims and disputes in the construction industry. Everything you need, for your entire workflow, in one place. And the best part is that you don’t have to be a software genius to figure out the ropes.
One of the most impressive features of Lupa is its ability to automatically generate drawing registers and conduct bulk comparisons of entire drawing sets. This means that we no longer have to spend countless hours manually reviewing design changes and analytics.
Lupa’s AI-powered technology allows us to evaluate our design progress with confidence and accuracy, coordinate our subcontractors more efficiently, and allocate our time to more important tasks and business growth.
In my experience, disputes can cost companies more than 10% of the whole project price to evaluate the damage that has been done. But with Lupa, we can protect ourselves from change orders and surprise costs, and avoid costly mistakes that can lead to claims and disputes in the first place.
So, whether you’re a seasoned claim manager with decades of experience or a fresh-faced engineer just starting out, Lupa has everything you need to manage design changes like a pro.
Say goodbye to the old way of doing things and hello to the future of construction project management.