Overview: Building Profile Utility

Urbata BPU: Building Profile Utility is an open interface and database system that illuminates and organizes the complex building data, design networks, stakeholders and infrastructures of each building into an easy-to-use, interactive interface and post-occupancy ecosystem. This includes each building's spaces, systems, use, energy, health, site, transit and history.


• Energy retrofit market (USA, Canada): $69.06 B by 2030, 209.81Bn globally.

• Architecture services (global): $369.0Bn in 2022

• Building maintenance services (global): $351Bn in 2021, expanding 8.29% by 2027

• Commercial buildings (USA): 5.6 million buildings, $20.7 T

• Housing buildings (USA): 140m buildings, $45.3 T value

• Health and wellness industry (global): $4.7 T

TARGET USERS per Research

• Space - Business Development, Real Estate, PropTech

• Use - Architects, building maintenance services

• Energy - LEED, ASHRAE, Power Grid, Retrofits

• Health - ASHRAE, Health Department

• Systems - Architects, ASHRAE, Product Distributors, Grid Utilities

• Transit - Planning Agency, Urban Tech, DOT (NY/USA)

• Site - Landscape Designers

• Life - Architects, Historic Preservation

A building profile utility (BPU) refers to a platform or system that collects and analyzes data related to the energy consumption, building health, systems and fixtures, resource usage, and operational performance of a building or facility. It provides insights into the building's data, identifies areas for improvement, and helps optimize efficiency, design choices and resource management.

The building profile utility platform gathers data from various sources, such as architects, smart meters, building technology, design management systems, and other feedback systems. It collects information on a trustable, secure, scalable database (which attracts uses with its design features) use, health and more, to create a comprehensive profile of the building profile.

By leveraging the insights provided by a building profile utility platform, building owners, tenants, community, architects, designers, distributors and other stakeholders can make informed design decisions about management strategies, equipment upgrades, system optimizations, and behavioral changes to enhance efficiency, improve health, reduce costs, buy local fixtures, reduce waste, and achieve sustainability and health goals. Better for more for less.

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