B–Three Partners with City to Upgrade Code Enforcement
September 17, 2008
Pittsburgh, PA — During a media event today in Pittsburgh’s Bloomfield neighborhood, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl unveiled the latest product developed by B–Three Solutions and City Information Systems.
Built for the City’s Bureau of Building Inspection (BBI), the new Automated Code Enforcement application enables an inspector in the field to receive an enforcement assignment (often based on a citizen complaint received a few seconds earlier), and then file a report — complete and enforcement–ready — from the field after carrying out the inspection.
According to the City’s September 17 press release, the application “will cut the time it takes for inspectors to process code enforcement violations from four days to one.”
In a press release issued by B–Three Solutions, company officials provided details on the cost-effectiveness of the solution.