Construction Archives | Page 5 of 25 | CREtech

Lauren March 23, 2022
The launch will advance the opportunity for Procore’s unified, connected platform to enable owners, general contractors and specialty contractors to build smarter by accelerating collaboration, streamlining communication and providing real-time visibility into their project performance. It comes at a time of continued regional growth across EMEA following its launches in UKI and MENA in 2018 and...
Lauren March 23, 2022
The U.S. is short a few million homes. A construction-tech startup is betting it can bridge the gap without swinging a hammer. Diamond Age, which says its automated manufacturing tools can produce a single-family home in 30 days instead of the typical seven months, raised $50 million in Series A funding to scale its business.
Lauren February 17, 2022
Pandemic-fueled shortages of workers and breakdowns of supply chains have driven up construction costs and slowed down building as demand for more and better housing keeps rising. Companies are trying to help the industry digitize and thereby drive down costs and speed up projects. One area ripe for change is the finance side of construction. Companies like CoFi and Built provide underwriting and ...
Lauren February 09, 2022
New York, NY (February 9, 2022) — CREtech, the largest international community of professionals devoted to technological innovation in the real estate sector, has announced a partnership with
Lauren January 14, 2022
The total project cost is anticipated to be roughly $128.25 million. Ascent has 259 units and is verified to be the tallest mass timber building worldwide. The property is a Class A multifamily building and is seven months away from reaching cash flows on the same basis as investors that have funded the project fr...
Lauren January 14, 2022
Disjointed, outdated and unproductive - these are three words commonly associated with construction. Average productivity levels in the sector have remained consistently below the national average and have grown more slowly, according to ...
brandonlin August 17, 2021
The $33 million round was led by Tiger Global and included 8VC, DST, Tishman Speyer, LeFrak, Jerry Yang, Kevin Hartz and Michael Ovitz, TechCrunch reported. The startup helps clients to speed processing orders for construction materials and to manage those materials. With the pandemic sending construction material markets into a tizzy, Agora capitalized, growing revenue around 
Lauren August 13, 2021

Agora, a startup that has built a materials management platform for contractors, has raised $33 million in a Series B round of funding led by Tiger Global Management. 8VC, Tishman Speyer, Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang, Michael Ovitz, DST, LeFrak and Kevin Hartz also participated in the financing, which brings the startup’s total r...

Lauren August 12, 2021
BLDUP, a Boston-based market intelligence platform for the Commercial Real Estate, Construction, and Development industry, has closed a $2 million pre-seed round.
Lauren August 11, 2021

Small and medium-sized construction businesses in Europe and the US tend not to be run on digital platforms, leaving a $1.6 trillion industry relatively untouched. publicly-listed Procore (NYSE: PCOR) is the go-to platform for large general contractors, but newer startups are going for this SMB construction market such as Sitemax, Sitemate, Fieldlens and Fieldwire.