Industry Partnerships

The construction industry is represented by five major Partner Categories covering dozens of individual Trades and two major categories of Construction Buyers.

The organization invites partners from construction and technology industries to participate in establishing the next generation of construction solutions by integrating existing process and procedures into an enhanced foundation of technologies that connect the entire construction project supply chain.

Independence assures each trade is properly represented in developing technology solutions they’ll need in the future. The organization is committed to working with industry associations & organizations, construction buyers, contractors, consultants, engineers and tradesmen in developing standards for the implementation of technology in their respective trades.

Partners work to recommend, refine and establish standards for technology implementations throughout the construction industry, develop prototypes and production versions of the adopted standards. The latter being the most dynamic and fluid group who participate in trade specific applications.

Industry contributions can include standard or recommended operating procedures, define metrics and design support for Digital Contractor Qualification Profile analytics in their field.

In addition to technology implementations by size of a Contractor’s firm in accordance with construction industry standards, the field service provider has subtle and unique requirements depending on specialty and geographical regions that must be included in design. At some stage of development, contractors, consultants, engineers and other related thought leaders in each trade are represented on a Partner Team by subscription and/or invitation.


  • Construction Buyers
  • Government Buyers
  • Industry
  • Trade
  • Technology

Indirect Partners

In addition to Official Partners, the overall industry contributes through several methods including open trade blogs where thought leaders, contractors and interested parties can participate in front end design and deployments via wish-lists and discussion groups.