DENVER – A local company is helping stop residential fires before they even start. Denver-based Prescient uses a patented steel-structure system in new builds of multi-family housing, assisted-living communities and hotels. The technology is also being utilized in college- and military-dormitory housing. The steel frames are non-combustible and fire resistant, while traditional wood frames are…
Aldo Svaldi of The Denver Post writes about Prescient changing the game of construction methods.
The article can be found here: Denver-based Prescient attempts to construct a tech transformation
Patent Update Prescient recently received a second patent on its unique framing system and design integration software. “This patent effectively protects our process of using our proprietary software to integrate our already patented framing system with design, manufacturing and installation.” Says John Vanker CEO. It protects Prescient’s CAD to CAM manufacturing process and the…
Joel Levy gives an in depth view on the Prescient Solution.
The article can be found here: Innovative Construction Platform:
Manufacturing and software company brings The Lofts at Jefferson one step closer to completion DENVER — April 14, 2014 — Prescient, a Denver-based software design and structural system manufacturing company, today announced the completion of the standardized light gauge structural framing of The Lofts at Jefferson, a luxury apartment building in Loveland, Colorado. The Lofts…
Appointments bring additional depth and expertise to help guide Prescient through anticipated rapid growth DENVER, Colo., Dec. 12, 2013 – Prescient, a Denver-based software design and structural system manufacturing company, today announced two additions to its Board of Directors: Terry Dunn, president and CEO of JE Dunn Construction, and Susan Anthony, who brings more than…
The article can be found here: Prescient Secures $3 Million in Financing
Built in Colorado, an online community for Colorado startups, featured a blog post about Prescient’s latest rounding. The post can be found here: Prescient Nabs $3M to Expand Computer-Assisted Green Building Design.
Kanusul Investments Pte. Ltd., one of Prescient’s original investors, was mentioned on Reuters’ PE Hub in relation to Prescient’s latest round of funding. The entire article can be found here: Singapore-based Kanusul Investments Back Prescient.
Prescient’s plans to open its Houston manufacturing facility have been mentioned by multiple publications. For more information on this expansion, view the following articles:
Texas Tech Pulse: Prescient Sets Up Shop in Houston After Funding Round
Houston Biz Blog: Construction Tech Company Plans Houston Manufacturing Plant