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Constru expands to the US, opens Chicago HQ

by Sion Geschwindt
Constru expands to the US, opens Chicago HQ

Constru, a Tel-Aviv-based computer vision tech developer for the construction industry, has expanded to the US market with the opening of a new headquarters in Chicago as well as offices in New York, Boston, San Francisco, and Austin.

The US expansion is led by Constru chief revenue officer, Jessica Herrala, a 25-year veteran of the construction industry.

Herrala, who joined Constru in 2021, has held leadership roles at Skanska USA, The Walsh Group, and Clayco.

Herala commented: “The U.S. construction market is thriving right now, and we’re excited to be establishing a footprint here.

“We’re contractors ourselves, and we understand the pain points construction and development teams are feeling right now.

“The current workforce just isn’t large enough to sustain the pace of growth, and we know our technology can help get projects completed ahead of schedule and under budget.”

Constru’s software platform uses ‘next-generation’ computer vision to turn captured jobsite imagery into insightful analytics that drive better performance on construction projects.

Designed specifically for the construction and development sector, the technology tracks more than 250 elements of a construction project to help control costs, optimise team and process efficiencies, and identify discrepancies and quality issues.

Herrala added: “The Constru operating system is designed to give users access to the data they need to reduce project risk and better manage the production process.

“It is customisable to each company’s work process and shows project progress with pinpoint accuracy. It has everything they need to work smarter, not harder.”

To support its continued growth and entry into the US market, the company is currently hiring for a variety of onsite and remote positions, including roles in construction, engineering and sales.


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