Building On It: Why A Berlin-Based VC Is Focused On Construction Tech

On the face of it, the average construction site hasn’t changed very much over the past twenty years or so. A casual passer-by who manages to catch a glimpse of what’s going on behind the surrounding fencing will probably see a lot of people going about their labor-intensive tasks, aided and abetted by familiar pieces of equipment, such as excavators, bulldozers and concrete mixers.

And that same passer-by might conclude that this is an industry that remains largely untroubled by the disruptions of the innovation economy. Building is building, after all. One brick on top of another.

And when analysts put together lists of

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