Riskcast Solutions today announced it is an inaugural member of the Associated Builders and Contractors Tech Alliance—a consortium of firms that create construction technology and innovative digital solutions that can bring value to ABC contractor members, the majority of which are classified as small and mid-sized businesses and primarily perform work in the industrial and commercial sectors.

Riskcast Solutions Joins Associated Builders and Contractors’ Inaugural Tech Alliance

September 1, 2020

Newark, NJ (September 1, 2020) - Riskcast Solutions today announced it is an inaugural member of the Associated Builders and Contractors Tech Alliance—a consortium of firms that create construction technology and innovative digital solutions that can bring value to  ABC contractor members, the majority of which are classified as small and mid-sized businesses and primarily perform work in the industrial and commercial sectors. One of 13 Tech Alliance companies, Riskcast will leverage its technology solutions to help ABC members, process time, track and analyze job cost information, win work, and deliver projects safely, ethically and profitably for the betterment of the communities in which they work.

Alec Thomson, CEO of Riskcast said, “As a job cost platform, Riskcast helps construction teams become more efficient, reduce risk, and deliver stronger project outcomes.  We work with contractors of all sizes, across all regions, and we know that to successfully implement technology on a job site it has to be simple and accessible to the crews doing the work .  We are excited to work with ABC members to help them harness the data on their project sites and put it to work for them.”

In particular, the Tech Alliance will introduce small- and mid-sized contractors and subcontractors to construction technology solutions such as Riskcast’s jobcost tools which include digital timecards, equipment and quantities tracking, a Time and Materials module and more. Tech Alliance companies will also collaborate on resources for ABC members, including beta testing, free technology programs and educational webinars.

“The need for technological solutions—both big and small—in the construction industry is clear, especially given changing work conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Matt Abeles, ABC’s vice president of construction technology and innovation. “I look forward to the exceptional products, education and dialogue Riskcast and the rest of the Tech Alliance will bring to ABC members and our evolving industry, especially as we continue to implement technology to revolutionize the design, build and delivery process.”

The 2020-2021 Tech Alliance members also include: Autodesk, BuildOps, Flashtract, myComply, Penta, Procore, ProEst, Real Time Risk Solutions, Safesite, StructionSite, SubHQ and Tenna.

To learn more, visit abc.org/TechAlliance.