Rabbet's game-changing 2023 Construction Payments Report found that nearly 14% of total construction costs could be eliminated with faster, more reliable payments to contractors. In the current CRE environment, this is a significant make-or-break number for all players involved.
The country’s business environment is a boon for enterprising construction technology firms, but it leaves little room to grow once a company is up and running, experts say.
This year, a combination of a broader uncertain economy — brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine — and a flash-in-the-pan crisis triggered by the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank in March have battered contech firms.
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To achieve scale, founders, executives, and investors in construction technology need to eliminate the barriers to efficient growth. Here’s how.
Nearly 90% of UK building projects are delivered late, but through predictive analytics, construction could revolutionise its efficiency, writes Jonathan Philips of Linesight.
Tech giant Amazon is pausing construction on six of its planned office towers — five in Washington state and one in Tennessee — with no timeline on when it will restart building activity.
Assembly OSM, a modular construction startup that has compared its process to putting together Ikea furniture, raised $38 million in Series A funding.
Investment leads can come from a wide variety of sources. In the case of Dysruptek’s investment in the web-based and collaborative construction technology platform ProPlanner, the impetus came from under its own roof.