The initiative comes in light of the current Covid situation where safety and social distancing have become important.
With the contactless construction, documents can also be signed electronically. Clients can also approve plans, track progress in real time, and virtually monitor every aspect of the project. With a designated project manager and the use of multiple technology platforms, the company ensures that no quality checks are missed during the construction process.
“Lockdowns and social distancing have made the pandemic particularly difficult for homebuilders. We wanted to build an alternative construction model that integrates safety, construction technology and customer comfort with the construction activity on the ground. Through “contactless construction”, we have created a virtual system that facilitates quality assurance, better communication and collaboration between contractors, customers and suppliers, all from the comfort of the customer’s home,” said Jayesh Rajpurohit, co-founder and CEO of Brick&Bolt.
The most pressing issue for homebuilders right now is the fear and uncertainty surrounding both Covid and the current state of building activity.
The pandemic has complicated short- and long-term plans for many, as people now worry about the challenges that will come with building homes.
Brick&Bolt is a design-to-build construction services provider from start to finish that executes turnkey projects and provides tracking, communication, quality checks and real-time updates on day one projects. until the keys are handed over. The company raised $1.5 million in a pre-Series A funding round, led by Sequoia India’s scaling program, Surge, in February 2020.
In August 2020, Brick&Bolt received an additional $2.20 million raise from German venture capital firm Foundamental. Over the past three years, Brick&Bolt has achieved 1400% growth and the company plans to continue on the same trajectory. The company has currently built 150 houses in Bangalore and Mysore and has plans to expand to 4 more cities within the next two years and over 15 cities within the next 5 years.