Building Trustworthy Indicator 

Bringing transparency to the construction industry by putting data and technology at the heart of a building lifecycle.

Differentiate your assets through confidence in quality construction.

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To build confidence, you need transparency and trust

Lack of transparency can lead to risky outcomes impacting the industry and potential apartment owners.

The Building Trustworthy Indicator is a market-led digital product that aims to differentiate between trustworthy and non-trustworthy buildings and bringing transparency into the construction space.

What is BTI?

The Building Trustworthy Indicator (BTI) is a market-led digital product that enables differentiation between trustworthy and non-trustworthy built assets and brings transparency to building construction processes.

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How does the BTI work?

Sophisticated mathematical modelling transforms the data captured to produce a trustworthiness indicator for a building.

How it works Mob

How will Building Trustworthy Indicator benefit you?


Construction Industry Participants

Differentiate your approach to construction and the assets you create. Showcase your investment in quality processes and materials.


Prospective Purchasers

Use an easy-to-follow scoring system to gain a better understanding of the asset you are looking to purchase.


Material Producers

Use our platform to share supply chain data to provide confidence for your buyers.



Conduct building trustworthiness assessment and leverage data to support latent defect insurance products on offer.



Create greater transparency of the construction process to better equip your financing decisions and risk management.



Gain access to built environment information to support compliance activities.

Calculate your Building Trustworthy Indicator

Differentiate your built environment assets by capturing data across structure, building enclosure, fire safety systems, waterproofing and building services.

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