Take Charge of Your Draw Inspection Process
With Built’s Inspections Technology & Services, lenders unlock the following versatile inspection options–allowing for total control over the inspection process.
Leverage anyone associated with your construction project to capture geolocation-verified photos and upload them directly into Built via their mobile device. Use the photos to verify project progress and accelerate funding or enhance project visibility with more frequent monitoring.
Need a more thorough review of your Project Snapshot photos? Route them to an in-network inspector for additional remote analysis. Once the review is complete, the inspector uploads their inspection report directly into the project.
Digitally schedule pre-qualified inspectors from Built’s network to visit the job site, assess evidence of progress, and upload an auditable inspection report directly into Built. Inspector Onsite also allows you to easily pre-schedule draw inspections to proactively make funds available for quick release once the draw is requested.
Are you a private lender?
Built streamlines and standardizes inspection reporting–allowing you to satisfy capital provider requirements while expanding your pool of inspectors, accelerating draw funding, and increasing project progress visibility.
Ease entry into any market with a nationwide network of verified inspectors.
Leverage Built’s Inspector Network to easily source highly-qualified inspectors for every project. You can rest assured knowing that every in-network consultant undergoes a thorough vetting process.
How does a consultant get verified by Built?
To be part of Built’s network, each inspection company is required to have a minimum of three years of draw inspection experience. If an inspector has less than three years of experience, they must be backed by referral or recommendation.
Protection & Security
All inspectors are required to have secure passwords and smartphone encryption to access the Built platform, as well as provide proof that they meet the following insurance standards:
- General liability: $250K
- Professional liability: $250K
- Automobile: No less than $300K per occurrence
- Worker’s comp: Statutory limits
Inspection companies are required to provide a background check that verifies they are clear of the following United States and international government watchlists:
- FBI’s Most Wanted Lists
- Interpol’s Most Wanted Lists
- Office of Foreign Asset Control’s Sanctions List
- Denied Persons Lists
- Department of State’s Sanctions Lists
- U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List
- Various U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s Wanted Fugitive Lists.
Each inspection company is required to execute an agreement to maintain the highest standards of professionalism both on and off-site, subject to termination for failure to meet these requirements.