Blog about the best digital construction employers in 2019 based on product, culture, benefits etc.

Tech unicorns & global innovators – the biggest & best Digital Construction employers in 2019

Joe Coleman, Senior Account Manager at FMC Global Talent
Joe Coleman, Senior Account Manager at FMC Smart Industry

The emerging technology market comprises some of the fastest growing and dynamic organisations, making Digital Construction one of the most exciting working environments.

From profit share schemes, competitive bonuses and holiday packages to flexible working hours, private health schemes and flashy cars. The benefits of working in a commercially focused software role are endless!

We’ve pulled together feedback from our contacts in the market and our knowledge to bring you our list of the biggest and best Digital Construction employers in 2019.


Placing fifth on the 2018 Forbes Cloud 100 list, Procore are one of the fastest growing technology organisations globally with sales approaching the $200M mark.

Their journey from concept to global leader is quite unique. Based on a cliff edge in California, Procore have built a digital empire outperforming many global leaders.

Thanks to their popular software platforms, their employees enjoy working with cutting-edge technology which is popular throughout the construction sector.

Interested in learning more? Procore are seeking to expand their European operations with the opening of a new London office!


Also keen to advance their investment and presence in Europe and DACH, Bluebeam have announced expansion plans in Munich.

Part of the Nemetschek family, Bluebeam are a provider of a unique and specialised collaboration software solution used by many leading EPCs and contractors.

Bluebeam’s Revu software is revolutionising how designers and engineers’ critique and collaborate over designs, making their product an extremely exciting platform to work with.


Autodesk is probably the most exciting and recognised brand in the engineering software sector.

Working with the largest and most successful portfolio of solutions, Autodesk continues to set the pace in the Digital Construction industry.

After recently acquiring Plangrid in a deal worth $875M, Autodesk will pursue additional headcount over the course of 2019 to support its vision of digitisation the construction sector.

The software, brand and culture play a key role in attracting and retaining leading talent from competitors.

Ones to watch

And there’s more! Here are our top employers to watch in the Digital Construction space:

  • Bentley Systems
  • e-Builder
  • Loadspring
  • Aphex
  • GroupBC
  • BaseStone
  • Lula Build

Is there someone else you’d expect to see on the list? Get in touch and let us know! Contact me at or call me on +44 (0) 1522 812 449.

Download our Digital Construction Hiring & Industry Trends 2018/19 report by clicking here.