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SolidSpac3 Approves SmarTwin™ as an Authorized Partner

Updated: Apr 8, 2022

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March 15, 2022 – San Francisco, California SolidSpac3, a technology company providing insight into the construction process, has signed an authorized partner agreement with SmarTwin, a New York-based digital twin technology construction adviser. SmarTwin will add Solidspac3’s construction variance reports to their existing portfolio of design planning, BIM, 3D, CAD, AI large point cloud processing and object segmentation, AR and VR visualization.

Commented Ken D’Amato, SmarTwin’s CEO: "Re-work is a plague on any construction project. Solidspac3 is one of the best value driven technologies, providing variance reports that minimize rework and boost project ROI."

Commented Alex Von Svoboda, Solidspac3’s VP of Sales and Marketing: “Solidspac3 is a vital tool in the construction workflow, from preconstruction, to field installation and finally, ensuring that Digital Twins are 100% accurate before handover. We’re very pleased to have SmarTwin utilizing our technology for their clients’ success.”


About SmarTwin™ (

Headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, SmarTwin is a digital twin-focused strategic advisory founded by experienced construction, real estate and building industry professionals. SmarTwin assists construction industry clients, building and real estate owners and operators by creating digital and 3D versions of their property portfolios. Related services include BIM (Building Information Modeling), CAD, LiDAR, as well as Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR).

About Solidspac3

Solidspac3 is a privately held construction technology company providing insight into the construction process. Using our cloud-based analytics platform we compare plans (construction drawings or BIM) to reality and inform all stakeholders of any construction execution mistakes. By identifying and addressing these issues as they occur, the project can save up to 10% of the total cost and eliminate delays. Our application enables the construction industry to avoid much of the $500B per year it spends on rework.

For more information contact:

Ken D'Amato, WELL AP SmarTwin™

CEO, Co-Founder 631-303-7631 (m)

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