EllisDon announced the launch of the EllisDon Construction Technology Accelerator Program, an initiative, in partnership with Impulse Partners, which aims to discover and accelerate the growth of pioneering construction technology start-ups.

“Our industry is at a crossroads, and we need to embrace collaboration if we want to continue to expand our technology solutions,” said Brandon Milner, SVP, Digital & Data Engineering, EllisDon. “We are proud to launch an accelerator program in partnership with Impulse Partners and hope it can act as a conduit to increase the development of cutting-edge innovation while driving growth and opportunities for promising start-ups.”

The accelerator program will provide a unique platform for selected start-ups, granting them access to pilot projects, industry experts, networking opportunities, and essential resources to cultivate and scale their businesses in Canada. Through this program, EllisDon demonstrates its unwavering commitment to supporting the development of cutting-edge innovation within the construction industry.

“Impulse Partners is thrilled to collaborate with EllisDon to accelerate the transformation of the construction industry. We believe that the program will create opportunities for startups from around the world to showcase their innovative solutions and work alongside industry leaders to bring them to market,” said Thomas Le Diouron, managing partner, Impulse Partners.

The program will focus on three primary phases:

  1. Identification of technology-driven solutions with high potential
  2. Execution of pilot projects to evaluate new solutions on construction sites across Canada
  3. Integration of the most promising start-ups into EllisDon’s various business units

As the construction sector confronts escalating challenges, including rising costs, labour shortages, and environmental concerns, embracing innovation is crucial for maintaining competitiveness and promoting growth. EllisDon is spearheading this effort by fostering collaborations with top-tier global start-ups and offering a dynamic environment for testing, validating, and scaling their technology solutions.

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