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concept3D Gets Cash Infusion, Expands Mapping, Energy Application

Matt Ball on May 26, 2014 - in Modeling

The Boulder-based developers of SketchUp set off to build a 3-D modeling software program, they sought to create an application that would make 3-D modeling more accessible and they wanted to make a living in return. While SketchUp led to Google and, later, Trimble dropping anchor in Boulder in recent years, it also fueled concept3D — a burgeoning Boulder-based company that is making significant moves in arenas such as interactive mapping and energy auditing and assessment.

CampusBirdConcept3D, which got its start thanks to some involvement and funding from SketchUp employees, recently raised a $1.25 million equity investment. The money will help boost concept3D’s efforts in expanding its CampusBird interactive mapping program and software, and bringing its simuwatt energy assessment application to market.

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