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Posted on: January 10, 2024

City of Lebanon Announces Partnership with AutoReview.AI

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The City of Lebanon is proud to announce its partnership with AutoReview.AI, an award-winning, American-owned company dedicated to revolutionizing the built landscape through intelligent tools. Lebanon will be the first municipality in New England to adopt AutoReview.AI and joins several other municipal governments in embracing their innovative artificial intelligence-powered software for site plan reviews, including Hernando County, Pasco County, the City of Altamonte Springs, and the City of Gainesville, Florida.

"The City of Lebanon is proud to lead the way in adopting AutoReview.AI's groundbreaking technology," said City Manager Shaun Mulholland. "This partnership represents our commitment to providing our residents with the most efficient and effective building permit review process possible. By integrating AI into our operations, we are positioning our city as a model for technological advancement in municipal governance."

Lebanon is a forward-thinking city dedicated to seeking innovative solutions that enhance the lives of its residents. The decision to work with AutoReview.AI underscores the city's devotion to cutting-edge technologies, driving efficiency and improving government services.

"We aspire to exemplify the ethical, positive use of AI to improve local communities. We are excited to work with the City of Lebanon as we 'break ground' in New England," said Rob Christy, CEO of AutoReview.AI. "This dynamic group is exactly the type of partner we look for when entering new markets." 

In joining forces, the City of Lebanon and AutoReview.AI intend to exemplify the boundless benefits and potential of utilizing AI responsibly to drive positive change in local communities. The strategic collaboration marks a significant milestone in the adoption of AI within government processes. 

"The city looks forward to working with the team at AutoReview.AI to streamline the permit review process, which will benefit both residents and builders alike," said Lebanon Chief Innovation Officer Melanie McDonough.

Owned in part by the University of Florida, AutoReview.AI securely hosts all data in the United States. The company is driven by a passion for innovation and a determination to streamline cumbersome processes. Its technology enhances existing manual, human-centric processes by automating them, improving accuracy, and allowing individuals and organizations to allocate time and resources more effectively.

"AutoReview.AI saves time by automating the most tedious human elements of site plan review. Most planners don't want to spend their time counting trees, measuring setbacks, etc." added Christy. "Our innovative software helps community development, improves accuracy, and allows governments to reallocate staff time for other critical tasks."

For more information about the City's AI Initiative and AI Policy, please visit LebanonNH.gov/AI. For questions about how the City will implement AutoReview.AI in its planning review process, please contact the Planning and Development Department

About AutoReview.AI: AutoReview.AI seeks to simplify compliance reviews for land and building development across the world by revolutionizing the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry rapidly, accurately, and comprehensively. The company is a pioneering force within the construction and property technology ecosystem, setting new standards for innovation and efficiency. Its award-winning, patent-pending software empowers precise, complete, and consistent automated building and zoning reviews, reshaping the landscape of the permit review process. Owned in part by the University of Florida, AutoReview.AI is an American-owned company. All data is hosted securely in the United States. For more information about AutoReview.AI, please visit AutoReview.AI or contact John Mirkin at 888-857-3588.

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