Partnership launches first report in digital technology directory series

The Built Environment Technology Association (BETA) has partnered with executive search consultancy, Beaumont Bailey, to create an EcoSystem Map of global construction technology businesses.

The first report in the series was launched in October (Photo: Beaumont Bailey/Beta)

The EcoSystem Map has been created with the support of Procore, Build UK, The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the technology implementation platform Sektor.

The four distinct papers will focus on the different areas of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) asset cycle. Each paper provides a list of technology providers within each section of the asset cycle. 

The first report (RIBA Stages 0-2) has been released and focuses on technologies that enable or support decision making, project risk assessment and budgeting, developing the initial project brief, carrying out feasibility studies and concept design.

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”.

Click here read the first paper in the series of reports.

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