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Sander van de Rijdt, co-founder and Managing Director of PlanRadar, explains how technology can bridge the language gap on increasingly diverse construction sites. Construction and migration have always been strongly linked. Large construction sites tend to require a number of workers that local labour markets can rarely supply, while workers themselves must often move to ind work after completing a project... Read more!
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The startups were selected as part of CEMEX Ventures’ Construction Startup Competition 2019, which seeks new business models that work in the six priority opportunity areas defined by CEMEX Ventures. CEMEX Ventures has identified 10 of the most promising startups to become leaders of the construction revolution. Read more!
The NHS is a recurrent issue in the UK, shown by its centrality to the Brexit campaigns and the current Conservative leadership election. Besides this political uncertainty, however, the NHS is continuously facing severe staff shortages, scare access to resources and an ageing population that threatens an increased strain on services. Read more!
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The ten most innovative construction start ups in the global construction industry have been chosen at an event organised by Mexican-based cement maker Cemex. At a three-day conference construction start-ups were given the chance to pitch Cemex about their firms. The winning ten are being given the chance to collaborate with Cemex in developing their concepts in markets where Cemex already operates, or may move into. Read more!
CEMEX Ventures celebrated its Pitch Day, an event at which the 10 winners of the Construction Startup Competition 2019 presented their solutions to a jury of experts in construction, innovation, and entrepreneurship. This global challenge, which doubled its participation compared to the 2018 competition, seeks new business models that work in the six priority opportunity areas defined by CEMEX Ventures. Read more!
The EG Tech Awards is all about championing the tech and real estate stars, innovators and adopters embracing digital transformation as the historically slow-moving property sector is propelled headfirst into a far more reactive, agile future. Read more!
The construction industry is facing several pressures to decrease costs, improve productivity and have a competitive edge in terms of quality of service and customer satisfaction. Recent advancements in mobile technology provide new avenues for addressing this situation. Admin can be a laborious process in any industry, but this is especially true in construction. With each project involving numerous vendors, several teams and each with their own function, keeping track of the reporting process can cost a worker over seven hours per week in wasted admin time. Read more!
Bojan Petković, Country menadžer za Jugoistočnu Europu u tvrtki PlanRadar u razgovoru za Poslovni dnevnik govori o tržištu regije, novootvorenom uredu u Zagrebu i važnosti digitalizacije građevinskog sektora. Read more!
Later this month, BuiltWorlds will host its first major conference outside the U.S. with our Summit in Paris. While the event covers many aspects of the built industry, one particular topic we’ll spend a great deal of time talking about is technology investment. As the built industry continues to adopt technology at a steady rate, we are seeing more funds (both those dedicated to the space and those gaining interest) investing in tech solutions for the job site. Read more!
Ibrahim Imam, co-founder and managing director of PlanRadar, looks at how construction technology megatrends could help the industry beat its 20 year-long productivity slump. The construction industry plays a vital role in the UK’s economy. It accounts for 6% of GDP, employs 3.1 million people (nearly 10% of the UK’s workforce) and influences other key economic indicators like inflation. Read more!
Sander van de Rijdt and Ibrahim Imam are the Co-founders of PlanRadar, the web-based application that offers a SaaS (Software as a Service) solution for construction and real estate projects. The company, which has recently launched in the UK, now has more than 3,500 customers from 43 different countries. Read more!
The Vienna-based company recently launched in the UK and has revealed that it plans to have around 30 people working in the country to support the industry. PlanRadar offers a software-as-a-service solution for documentation and communication to help project managers, site managers and inspectors. Speaking to Development Finance Today, Sander van de Rijdt, managing director at PlanRadar, claimed that around 60–70% of companies worldwide were still working pen-and-paper based. Read more!
PlanRadar, the web-based application for construction and real estate projects, has launched in the UK to continue its global expansion. For Britain, this launch has the potential to take the country out of its 20-year long productivity slump where over a third of construction projects overrun on time (40%) or budget (35%). With its SaaS solution, the ConTech firm provides the construction industry with digital construction documentation, defect and task management throughout the lifecycle of construction and real estate projects.Read more!
PlanRadar, the web-based application for construction and real estate projects, has launched in the UK to continue its global expansion. For Britain, this launch has the potential to take the country out of its 20-year long productivity slump where over a third of construction projects overrun on time (40%) or budget (35%). With its SaaS solution, the ConTech firm provides the construction industry with digital construction documentation, defect and task management throughout the lifecycle of construction and real estate projects. Read more!
PlanRadar, a web-based application for construction and real estate projects, has launched in the UK. Already used in other countries around the world, the company behind the application believes that, in Britain, the launch has the potential to help the industry increase its levels of productivity. Using a SaaS solution, the solution provides the construction industry with digital construction documentation, defect and task management throughout the lifecycle of construction and real estate projects. Read more!
PlanRadar, the web-based application for construction and real estate projects, has launched in the UK to continue its global expansion. For Britain, this launch has the potential to take the country out of its 20-year long productivity slump where over a third of construction projects overrun on time (40%) or budget (35%). Read more!

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PlanRadar, the specialist for digital documentation and communication in construction and real estate projects, established two subsidiaries in February 2019 to support and further intensify its expansion in Europe. In the United Kingdom, PlanRadar Limited, which has the legal form of an LLC, will accelerate the company’s business in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Read more!
In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with Sander van de Rijdt, the founder of PlanRadar. PlanRadar was one of the three startups who advanced form the startup competition at the mipim summit in New York. Read in the article what Sander van de Rijdt is most excited about right now, what’s next, what’s a cause he is passionate about and why and of course what PlanRadar does and what problem it solves […]. Read full article!
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