Australian start-up, Matrak, is also looking to expand internationally. The company focuses on tracking high-value items, such as facades, through the factory production process all the way to delivery to site.
March 23, 2021 – Keeping track of the workings of a building site can be an exhausting process, but two Melbourne brothers have hit upon an idea that could change the shape of building management for the better.
With Matrak, Australia’s Hodgkins Brothers are poised to reshape global construction. Construction supply chains are multi-headed Hydras that have driven many a job site supervisor to wonder why cave dwellers ever stepped out of the shade to build things.
Australian start-up Matrak is making a high profile job site run smoothly with its world-leading program tracking app. Having used Matrak across a number of projects, Icon Co are now collaborating with Matrak on their 500 Swanston Street project
Beyond the headlines: A question of innovative thinking
Seed investor and former chair of Aconex, Simon Yencken, has led a $3 million bet that Melbourne start-up Matrak can be Australia’s next billion-dollar construction tech success, and improve building standards along the way.
Construction startup Matrak scores $765,00 in seed funding
Construction workflow management startup Matrak has secured $765,000 in seed funding, with the lion’s share coming from former Aconex chair Simon Yencken, who has previously backed Aussie unicorn Canva and art marketplace success story Redbubble.
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