What if you could buy a new home designed to your specification, ready to live in within a quarter of the time it normally takes to build a new house, while leaving just half the carbon footprint of other construction?
As Americans strain under the weight of a housing shortage, an Israeli-founded and led company in San Mateo, California, Veev, is promising to do just that, remaking pre-fabricated construction by innovating new ways to put homes together quicker, greener and more efficiently than many other types of building methods.
One of very few unicorns operating in the construction technology space, Veev started out in 2008 as just another real estate asset manager. It pivoted about five years ago, changing its name from the Dragonfly Group along the way. Today, it is building a number of high-end projects in northern California, looking to begin scaling up to larger projects in the
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