Integrated Engineering
Blockchain Consortium

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Developing Smarter Smart Contracts


The value of new construction in the US for 2016 will approach 1.4 trillion dollars. All of it is managed by a complex web of contracts underwritten by insurance carriers in some form or another.

The goal of the Integrated Engineering Blockchain Consortium is to develop applications for blockchain technology and smart contracts for integrated engineering delivery serving construction, infrastructure, manufacturing and diverse technologies upon which society depends.

We seek to answer the question: How can the engineering profession apply decentralized ledger technology for certification, collaboration, and coordination among the many engineering disciplines?

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  • Design review, Contract Review, Specifications Review, Value Engineering Review.
  • Construction, Site Inspections, Critical Path Analysis, Work Chronology, Responsibility Matrix.
  • Performance Guarantee, Third-part Liability, Emerging Issues, Wind, Flood, Seismic Capacity.

"...no one can predict the future and there are too many future variables to possibly codify all of them in a contract. So, when the unforeseen inevitably pops up, who decides how to deal with it? This is the field of "incomplete contracts". A contract should identify who has the right to make future decisions — a significant kind of power."

Oliver Hart, 2016 Nobel Prize in Economics.

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Currently accepting applications from leading insurance, construction, and infrastructure engineering firms.

  • Cutting edge data technology.
  • Integrate with Industry, Academic, Insurance and Banking industries.
  • Increase operational efficiency and knowledge sharing.
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