The Built Environment Technology Association (BETA) in partnership with executive search consultancy, Beaumont Bailey, recently launched its EcoSystem Map of the world’s leading technologies for the Pre-Construction stage of construction projects.
With the support of Procore, Build UK, The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and SEKTOR, BETA and Beaumont Bailey have created four distinct papers that focus on different areas of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) asset cycle. Each paper provides a thorough list of technology providers within each section of the asset cycle, a list of industry trailblazers which have been independently judged on accessibility and includes a directory of all the businesses included in the EcoSystem.
The Pre-Construction phase covers RIBA 3 (Spatial Co-ordination) and RIBA 4 (Technical Design). This report has been expanded to cover any procurement and collaboration platforms that are utilised before construction begins. This includes many of the estimating and bidding platforms, risk management and incorporates the beginning of the site data capture platforms.
George Dobbins, Founder of BETA said: “The construction sector represents one of the largest sectors globally by economic output and an area of significant opportunity for integrated technology. With numerous products and technologies available that enable sustainability targets to be achieved, improve health and safety on sites, and create more efficient processes throughout the build cycle, the BETA x Beaumont Bailey EcoSystem Map outlines the key businesses at the very forefront of construction technology. The RIBA design stages are the most widely recognised steps throughout all areas of the asset cycle. We hope these reports provide a central resource for the industry to improve the understanding, awareness and adoption of the right technologies”.
To view the second paper in the series of reports, visit the campaign landing page: https://www.beaumontbailey.com/built-environment-technology-ecosystem/
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