Satellier, a Chicago company that provides services to the architecture, engineering and construction industry, said it has raised $10 million in a second round of funding from Sequoia Capital.
The company said it will open three U.S. offices in the next six months, and a U.K. office and new delivery centers in India within the next 24 months.

Sumir Chadha, managing director of Sequoia Capital India, said in a press release: “As many professional services from law to architecture are moving offshore, we look for leading companies in their fields to have the greatest chance of long-term success. [CEO Michael Jansen’s] vision for the future of Satellier, to create the first ever transnational BIM firm, is poised to change the face of the AEC industry.”

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