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Sustainable and circular construction

As a builder, you have one clear priority, namely to deliver a property, on time and in good order. In doing so, you have to keep an eye on both the big picture and every detail.

There is no time for mistakes or waste. Planning is the key to success. You do not want to add any unnecessary steps in the building process, because that would risk delaying the project. Good documentation helps you with this. By knowing at a glance which products and materials are needed, you can work more proactively and stay in control of the process. And, in the eyes of clients, this makes you an attractive partner. Using Madaster, you can show your clients that the construction meets their expectations, also in terms of environmental impact and circularity.

How Madaster can be of benefit to you

The documentation of your project can be effortlessly and accurately maintained in Madaster. In this way, the choice of materials and products remains clear and all stakeholders can easily remain involved in the building process. You can use Madaster yourself, but also offer it as a service to a client. And clients will be pleased, because the data from Madaster – about circularity, carbon impact and residual financial values – will give them all sorts of benefits in the long term. It also puts you on the map as an innovative builder who is ahead of the industry.

How it works

  • Being in charge, from start to finish

    For you, as a builder, being in charge and having an overview of the project are extremely important elements. A missed detail can have major consequences.

    By recording every step of the process in a system that is transparent for all those involved, the risk of shortages or costly surpluses has virtually been eliminated. Registering with Madaster offers every builder a smart and simple way to retain control and apply proper documentation. Things that you will also benefit from, at a later stage.

  • Two steps ahead of the client

    Clients focus on the end result, builders on the process. You both want to work towards the completion of a sound and functional object.

    By taking the initiative to register all the materials and products in Madaster, you show that you not only have the construction issues under control during the construction phase, but have also already thought about the future. What is more, with Madaster, you can prove to your client that your work meets their circular requirements. Questions from the client can be answered directly and be supported by fact-based data — all digitally recorded and accessible, of course.

  • Creating opportunities through transparency

    By transferring the property’s Madaster registration to the owner, upon completion, you provide them with a good service.

    Recording the building process, and specifically registering the materials and products used, makes it easy for property developers, end users and the government to gain insight into the specifications of the property. This helps them to quickly and easily determine the CO2 impact of such a building, as well as when maintenance is due, and the residual value of materials in the event of renovation or disassemblage, for example. Builders who facilitate this create significant added value for their clients. In turn, this will create opportunities for you to win big and beautiful assignments.

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The Madaster Platform

In Madaster, material passports can be created, effortlessly, based on a BIM (IFC) or Excel document. By automatically enhancing them with information on circularity, environmental impact and residual value, your Madaster environment will become a valuable data source.

The overview of registered objects, enriched with insight from algorithms, is available through our area register. It visualises availability of materials on a user defined area level. It provides insight for policymakers and anyone looking for data on the built environment.

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