Alex Von Svoboda

Solidspac3 Appoints Alex Von Svoboda Vice President of Sales and Marketing

AECO Software Industry Specialist Brings Sales and Marketing Expertise to Solidspac3

San Francisco, CA – Dec 8, 2021 – Solidspac3, Inc.  is pleased to announce the appointment of Alex Von Svoboda as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Solidspac3 reduces construction rework, delays and claims by ensuring that plans match reality.

Mr. Von Svoboda brings over 25 years of AECO (Architecture / Engineering / Construction / Owner) technology sales and marketing experience to Solidspac3. His experience spans Fortune 500 software companies to start-ups where he has helped launch industry-changing products. He prides himself as a trusted advisor with his customer base, building strong ongoing relationships to help them grow their business and be technology leaders in their respective markets.


“The QA/QC process needs to be included in the construction digital workflow,” commented Mr. Von Svoboda. “Solidspac3 is addressing a large problem for the construction industry – rework and schedule delays that cost $500 billion in the US annually. I am very excited to join the team and share their vision of helping customers improve quality and profitability with a digital QA/QC solution.”


Alex started his career as an engineering professional but soon discovered the power of CAD and joined Softdesk Inc. (now part of Autodesk) to develop A/E/C applications for AutoCAD. At Softdesk he was promoted to the General Manager Softdesk Canada and later General Manager of Softdesk Europe. Over the last 10 years, Alex has diversified his expertise to include Asset Performance Management, Predictive Analytics, and Construction Project Management applications.

About Solidspac3

Solidspac3 is a privately held construction technology company providing near real time insight into the construction process. Using our cloud-based analytics platform we compare plans (construction drawings or BIM) to reality and inform all stakeholders of any construction execution mistakes. By identifying and addressing these issues as they occur, the project can save up to 10% of the total cost and eliminate delays. Our application enables the construction industry to avoid much of the $500B per year it spends on rework.


For more information contact:  

Company Contact:
Alex Von Svoboda,  

PR Contact:

Becky Stevens,


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