Construction is core to human civilisation, but it’s also:
Our driving purpose at Converge is to enable the construction industry to solve these complex problems in a way that ensures a profitable, viable, and sustainable business model for all.
On a planet with finite resources, our mission is to build the future more efficiently, safely, and sustainably by digitising physical reality on the jobsite.
Our sensors and intelligence platforms are Greentech and Cleantech solutions that drive massive efficiencies across the construction site. These efficiencies include faster build times, reduced material usage, lower embodied carbon, and increased worker safety. We bridge the gap between sustainability and business viability by enabling you to save money and the planet at the same time.
Leading on sustainability and other ESG* impact criteria is an increasingly important factor for winning new business. It is already a requirement for many large infrastructure projects and is being demanded by more and more developers. Converge is uniquely positioned to help you meet these client demands and lead in this space, giving you increased profits, efficiencies, and competitive differentiators.
Converge bends the cost and carbon curves simultaneously, enabling you to pioneer the use of ultra-low carbon and cement-free concrete at scale, with confidence.
Converge's solutions help you build faster, so your generators and tools spend less time running.
Converge reduces destructive testing by using ConcreteDNA to measure early strength gain, and increase confidence.
Converge improves the quality assurance of your cured concrete with accurate data from embedded sensors. Fewer cracks, less waste.
Converge is gathering the largest and most diverse construction data set in the world. The insights generated feedback into your designs, optimising further than previously possible.
Converge’s StructureDNA gives deep insight into the structural health of buildings, during and post-construction. These insights empower the safe reuse of a structure and its assets.
The construction sector needs to evolve in terms of how impact is measured and reported on. We’ve been working with key clients and some of the largest construction companies to develop meaningful, quantifiable, and reportable impact metrics. See some of the most impactful ways in which we’ve been able to do this for our clients: