What is BuiltTech?

Built environment technology, also Known as BuiltTech, is the innovation through technology that provides the framework for the physical world around us. BuiltTech is what shapes the future of planning, design, construction, and management of buildings, infrastructure, and cities.

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Disrupting the built enviroment with technology ...

The culmination of 20 plus years of experience of consulting with startups, enterprises, and Fortune 500 companies, K.P.’s status as a thought leader in the BuiltTech space and his book, BIM for building Owners and Developers, to provide clients with the multi-stage support, trusted insight, and guidance needed to grow their business. With a focus on innovation in the built environment, K.P.’s clients include Applied Software, Mohawk, Autodesk, and Pointivo.

“When we were asked to put a team together to review technology to manage the World Bank’s construction projects in the Developing World, we immediately asked K.P. to participate. His knowledge of the ICT-Enabled Tools for Construction is unparalleled. And, his speaking and presentation skills are equal to the leaders in his field…”

John Ellignson

CEO at Equity Technology Partners

“K.P. is a very savvy and pragmatic business resource in the technology arena. He has a broad perspective and is quick to make connections in developing business processes and opportunities.”

Sean O’Shea

CPA -Regional Account Manager at Prophix Software – Experienced financial budgeting, planning and reporting executive.

“K.P. is an outstanding engineer and business leader. His creativity, work ethic and leadership skills make him a natural in the field of technical business consulting.”

Chuck Coletta

Quality Assurance, Sourcing, Product Evaluation and Regulatory Compliance specialist

BIM for Building Owners and

KP’s  book on BIM  can help you:

  • Understand, manage, and take advantage of the BIM Paradigm shift.
  • Assemble a building as it would be constructed on site to help eliminate many inefficiencies of the construction process.
  • Achieve a high level of coordination through better integration of information and process optimization.
  • Reduce the overall cost of a project by indenifying problems while they still can be corrected inexpensively