TEL AVIV, ISRAEL/LONDON, UK —Buildots, the AI construction tech company that uses computer vision to capture every detail of the fit out phase and provide objective, data-backed insights to contractors, has been selected by Build Group Inc.to be used on thee projects in the US, including M2 tower which is part of the wider 5M development. M2 is a 19-story residential tower in the heart of San Francisco.
“Build Group is an early technology adopter in the construction industry so it is extremely gratifying that they selected Buildots to provide an end-to-end control solution for their projects,” said Roy Danon, co-founder and CEO of Buildots. “With construction projects the size of the M2 Tower, having real-time knowledge of the exact progress of every activity and team is invaluable to contractors looking to complete construction as quickly and efficiently as possible.”
Buildots’ fully digitized construction control room gives superintendents, estimators, schedulers and the entire team a birds-eye view of the development, and provides on-demand project status and analysis broken down by a number of categories including trade, individual subcontractor activities, and location on site. It shows the percentage of each activity completed and identifies the most urgent issues so they can be prioritized. Buildots easily integrates into existing workflows making it indispensable for day-to-day work, weekly trade meetings, or monthly valuations.
Build Group will be using Buildots on the M2 tower and two additional projects in California and Washington State.
“The complex nature of managing thousands of details and dozens of trades on a construction site is the biggest challenge to finishing a project on time and within the budget,” said Chad Krause, Vice President of Operations, Build Group Inc. “As we continue to successfully win work in high volume, a core part of our strategy is adopting technology like Buildots to give us an edge by working as effectively and efficiently as possible to the highest standard of quality.”