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Is AI the future for building Tampa Bay high-rises?

By Merry Richter

St. Petersburg’s 400 Central construction crew has started using artificial intelligence to avoid mistakes in the construction process. Here’s how new tech accelerates long buildouts.

In a matter of months, 400 Central Avenue, the site of St. Petersburg’s future tallest building, has gone from a ground-level foundation to a multi-story cement structure rising rapidly from the ground.

Parker Mundt says artificial intelligence has accelerated the pace of construction for the Residences at 400 Central, a 46-story condominium tower that will become the tallest structure on Florida’s Gulf Coast.

Mundt is the vice president of platform for Suffolk Technologies, the venture capital partner to Suffolk Construction. His company chooses tech start-ups to fund and implements some of that tech into downtown job sites, including OpenSpace.

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