Grouse Ridge, Advanced Construction Robotics, and Brayman Construction Join the BuiltWorlds Network

In a broad and comprehensive move, Grouse Ridge Capital, Advanced Construction Robotics, and Brayman Construction have all joined more than 260 members of the BuiltWorlds network.


Grouse Ridge – The Investment Vehicle Joins the BuiltWorlds Venture Forum

As an investment vehicle, Grouse Ridge balances an industrial-focused portfolio of construction, manufacturing, and fabricating companies with tech-focused investments across AI, FinTech, and business software. Grouse Ridge will be joining the more than a dozen companies already a part of the BuiltWorlds Venture Forum.

Advanced Construction Robotics Tie-Bot
ACR robots are made to be user-friendly. For example, TyBot can be transported with no wide load sign, on an f250 or equivalent truck and trailer.

Advanced Construction Robotics – Cutting Edge of Tech-Leveraged Construction Equipment

Advanced Construction Robotics, a Grouse Ridge portfolio company, will also be joining BuiltWorlds. ACR is transforming the construction industry by innovating and commercializing a wide range of jobsite robots that enhance productivity. TyBot and IronBot are powerful construction robots that dramatically enhance workforce productivity and reduce schedule risk while keeping craftspeople safer. 

Brayman Construction – Industry Leading Heavy Civil Contractor

Additionally, Brayman Construction has also joined the network. Brayman is a leading heavy civil and geotechnical contractor with office headquarters in suburban Pittsburgh that has earned significant accolades for its commitment to innovation. In 2018, Brayman Construction and Advanced Construction Robotics were awarded the Association of General Contractors’ inaugural Innovation Award. In 2020, Steve Muck, Chairman and CEO of Brayman Construction and also co-Founder of Advanced Construction Robotics and CEO and President of Grouse Ridge Capital was also nominated for a BuiltWorlds Mavericks Award for his bold role in advancing innovation in the industry.  Last year, Muck joined our Advanced Equipment and Robotics discussion at our 2020 Infrastructure Conference, along with other leading industry equipment-oriented tech entrepreneurs.

Infrastructure Day Two: Advances in Smart Equipment
One of our Sessions Covering Equipment Management at Our 2020 Infrastructure Conference with Omar Ghazzaoui of Ottogee, Steve Muck of Tybot, Amit Rai of MachineMax, and Willy Schlacks of Equipment Share.

We look forward to welcoming Grouse Ridge, ARC, and Brayman to the network and to recognizing Muck at our own Inaugural Mavericks Awards dinner at our BuiltWorlds Summit this September.