Powering ConTech 2.0 for the Trades

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Construction technology 1.0 was focused on GC and CMs. The next generation of development is ConTech 2.0, and this time it’s focused on trade contractors.

Trade contractors have unique needs when it comes to tools and technology, and DEWALT Construction Technology exists to make life better for builders and fabricators. Benny Baltrotsky, VP of Commercialization at DEWALT ConTech, will identify the ways that DEWALT is zeroing in on the needs of the fab shop with software and hardware that supports the prefabrication lifecycle. He’ll also look ahead to the exciting bets the team is making on new and emerging technologies for the trades.

Join us to learn how DEWALT Construction Technology is launching tech tools purpose-built for craftspeople and field leaders operating in the complex, evolving jobsites of today and tomorrow.


  • Benny Baltrosky

    Benny Baltrotsky

    DEWALT Construction Technology

    Benny Baltrotsky is the Vice President of Commercialization at DEWALT Construction Technology, where he is focused on bringing innovative technology to market. Mr. Baltrotsky has a 15-year track record of building and scaling construction technology companies by maximizing the customer experience. Hired as Chief Operating Officer of MSUITE in 2020, Mr. Baltrotsky built out MSUITE’s sales, marketing, customer success, and finance programs, helping the startup grow revenue by over 375% in 22 months. Before joining MSUITE, Mr. Baltrotsky was a co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at eSUB Construction Software, a cloud-based project management software company serving trade contractors. He leads strategic partnerships with Autodesk, PlanGrid, and Sage, to name a few. As a Board Member of the Construction Progress Coalition and a founding member, Benny has been an influential advocate for greater integration between software platforms.

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