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daryn July 15, 2022
In this new series from The Real Deal, owner and developer Eric Brody of @Real Tech Talk with Eric Brody is breaking down one of the most challenging parts of the real estate biz: construction. Watch and see as we find out how the slow and angry business of construction can get a little easier.
daryn July 15, 2022
“How conservative is the construction industry on a scale of one to ten, with one being most conservative? Good question, can I go negative?” laughs Mateo Zimmermann Gonzalez, investment manager at CEMEX Ventures.  
Lauren July 13, 2022

Last year, modular construction startup Assembly OSM completed its first one-bedroom apartment development using a digital manufacturing method it calls "post-modular" construction.  This week, the 3-year-old company ...

Lauren July 12, 2022
Adaptive, an 11-month-old startup that has set out to give construction teams better tools to manage their back offices, has raised $6.5 million in a seed round led by Andreessen Horowitz (a16z). This adds to the $750,000 the company raised in pre-seed funding last August.
Lauren July 11, 2022
SymTerra, a communications platform for the construction project supply chain from London, has closed its first seed round at $1.7 million. The investment came from a global investor base led by Samaipata with participation from Nemetschek, Pi Labs, and Accel.
Lauren July 11, 2022

As millennials take over purchasing power, online experiences are no longer a luxury, but rather an expectation. This holds true for the construction space as well, yet most material suppliers in North America are not powered by any e-commerce ...

Lauren July 08, 2022
The Toronto-headquartered global property company has made its third tech investment, this time putting pre-seed funding into a software company focused on streamlining engineers’ designs to reduce material waste.
Lauren July 07, 2022

A consortium of construction firms, property developers and building engineers plans to use their collective heft to drive down the carbon emissions of one of the world’s most ubiquitous building materials. As part of the new ConcreteZero initiative, 17 companies have pledged to bring the proportion of ​low-emissi...

daryn June 30, 2022
Technology investors’ appetite for risk may be dwindling, but their interest in the construction tech niche seems to be on the rise.  
daryn June 29, 2022
Richmond's first 3D-printed house is officially complete, and the owners move in next month. Why it matters: Virginia Housing hopes 3D printing will make it significantly cheaper to build houses in the long run, and while the process isn't there yet, the completion of the first one in Richmond is a big first step.