One of the largest construction companies in the United States set to track 1,150 people in Bridgit Bench. TORONTO, ONTARIO (December 21, 2021) – Bridgit, the leading construction workforce intelligence solution, announced today that Alberici-Flintco has launched Bridgit Bench company-wide across its Alberici US, Alberici Canada, and Flintco operations, with more than 100 users tracking
View Article “While there has been a shortage of skilled labour within Canada’s construction sector for more than a decade, there certainly has never been a shortage of talented individuals working in the wide variety of roles that make up the industry. And on that note, On-Site and SitePartners are excited to announce the second edition of
View Article Toronto/Waterloo-based workforce intelligence technology company that’s focused on the construction industry, is proud to announce its inclusion in the Great Place to Work® 2021 list of Best Workplaces Managed by Women, which has been compiled based on the feedback from the employees of hundreds of organizations.
When we built Bridgit Bench in 2019, we wanted to create a tool that would help our customers get the most out of their workforce plans. We interviewed countless operations teams about their current process and the feedback was consistent across the board. The most common pain point that we uncovered was poor data management
View Article Bridgit, the leader in construction workforce intelligence technology, today announced Certification Tracking as the next new feature in its workforce management solution. As part of Bridgit Bench, Certification Tracking will allow general contractors to ensure that certifications across their workforce are up-to-date, leading to proactive risk management.
View Article Bridgit, a construction-tech company looking to modernize workforce management and planning, raised $24 million in a Series B round. Bridgit will use the funds to further develop its flagship workforce intelligence platform, dubbed Bridgit Bench, and to build out its team.
View Article “We’d like to bring the solution beyond the workforce planning flow, and really build a more robust people and workforce platform for the construction industry, which is a space that we feel has been overlooked,” says Mallorie Brodie, CEO and Co-Founder.
View Article Construction technology company Bridgit has announced a $24 million Series B funding round. The funding is intended to be used to build out its team, further product development activities and lay the groundwork for increasing market share. Bridgit CEO and cofounder Mallorie Brodie mentioned her appreciation of the significant support they’ve received in
View Article Bridgit has announced that it plans to use the $24 million CAD in its Series B financing round co-led by Camber Creek and Storm Ventures to support recruitment and acquire new hires for its long-term plans. According to the company, its new capital will be used for building out its team, furthering its
View Article Construction-software provider Bridgit has raised CDN$24 million in a Series B round that will help the Waterloo Region company hire more staff, further its product development and increase market share. “This Series B funding round will fuel rapid product development and aggressive hiring, so we can continue to bring innovative solutions to the