Remap

Remap to address tech challenges in built environment

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Consultancy services include digital transformation strategy, computational BIM & digital design, 2D / 3D application development and more


Two former Hawkins\Brown digital design associates, Ben Porter and Jack Stewart, have launched a new built environment consultancy, Remap.

According to the duo, Remap stands at the intersection of technology and construction, using creative solutions to address long-standing industry headaches and set new standards.

Key services include digital transformation strategy, computational BIM & digital design, 2D / 3D application development and design to construction solutions.

Qualified architects, turned self-taught software developers, Porter and Stewart spearheaded digital transformation of design and delivery at architecture practice Hawkins\Brown.

“The built environment industry is at a critical juncture, facing challenges that require inventive solutions,” said Jack Stewart. “There are so many organisations doing amazing work despite the hugely challenging landscape of the built environment industry – manual, unpredictable, adversarial, under-trained, under-funded and often undeliverable.

“We believe that creative technologies can be a catalyst for positive change. From estate analysis, through design, construction, and use, we are committed to pushing the boundaries of conventional practices.”

Oliver Milton, managing partner at Hawkins\Brown says, “Ben and Jack’s fresh ideas and commitment to reshaping the industry have greatly benefitted Hawkins\Brown and our clients. We look forward to continuing to work with Remap to help bring about positive change in the built environment.”

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