Civalgo represents Québec at BUILDEX Vancouver 2020

February 11, 2020
| Originally Published

Civalgo is honored to have been invited to BUILDEX Vancouver by the Bureau du Québec à Toronto. BUILDEX Vancouver is Western Canada’s largest forum connecting the holistic building industry, uniting tradition and innovation to shape the spaces of tomorrow. It brings together talent from across industry to interact, learn and discover the newest innovations of a market in constant (digital) transformation.

The 2020 edition is taking place from 12-13 February and will be packed with interesting conferences, experts, workshops and companies looking for ways to be deal with major industry challenges like disruptive innovation, labor shortage and low productivity.

Civalgo's CEO Alexandre Champoux (connect via Linkedin) and its Vice President of Strategic Development Boris Germanov (connect via Linkedin) will be at BUILDEX on February 12 and 13 to demonstrate our operational project management software platform and explain how it can deliver significant savings to civil works contractors.

Boris Germanov & Alexandre Champoux

The Bureau du Québec à Toronto is thrilled to be coming to BUILDEX with Civalgo, an innovative #ConTech company from Québec that simplifies the operational management of upcoming, ongoing, and completed projects with AI, and revolutionary bottom-up approach to project management. In an era where skilled labour is becoming increasingly scarce in the construction industry, Civalgo proposes to accomplish more with fewer resources.

The Bureau du Québec à Toronto and the Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation du Québec are accompanying a total of six (6) companies on a trade mission to Vancouver's Buildex 2020.

Civalgo is proud to present the Québec's innovation offer in construction technology to major industry players attending this event.

ABOUT CIVALGO

Montreal-based Civalgo developed a SAAS technology that can track expenses and ressources in real time to maximize productivity of teams on construction job sites. By linking scheduling to live performance feedback Civalgo can reduce operational costs by up to 40%. Civalgo has an extended network of partners all with vast experience in design builds and heavy civil mega projects. They have for example worked on roadway infrastructure for Vancouver’s Sea to Sky.

Denise Scott & Benoit Breton