We’re bringing all the innovation momentum from Internet-of-Things, machine learning, and chat to contractors and landowners to streamline team collaboration, supply-chain decisions, and schedule management.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 05, 2016
Unearth, a construction management software platform, today announced it has raised $1.5 million in seed funding. Unearth’s new cloud platform hands communications and data analysis tools to contractors building roads, bridges, and highways so they can monitor and measure the pace of infrastructure projects. Unearth’s platform, enabling real-time information exchange, project status, and dispute resolution, will enter the field in March 2017.
“Construction is a dynamic and massive sector of the economy that’s consistently plagued by delays and busted budgets,” said Unearth CEO Brian Saab. “We’re bringing all the innovation momentum from Internet-of-Things, machine learning, and chat to contractors and landowners to streamline team collaboration, supply-chain decisions, and schedule management.”
The Unearth platform successfully combines imaging across successive time periods to automatically detect build progress. The system generated highlights lead to real-time discussion and timely decisions on emerging risks.
Unearth investors include Pacific Northwest business leader and veteran Microsoft executive John Case, who’s joining the company’s board of directors, as well as prominent California based land developer, John Boswell.
Unearth’s team brings back together four entrepreneurs and product leaders who met at Seattle-based buuteeq Inc. (acquired by Priceline): CEO - Brian Saab; Chief Product Officer - Amy Hutchins; Chief Design Officer - Nate Miller; and Principal Engineer - Pat Lasswell.
Unearth is a Seattle-based construction management software company breaking down information barriers and resolving disputes in large-scale construction projects.
Learn more at http://www.unearthlabs.com.