Illustration of content review panelists

NEW ORLEANS — Levelset, the leading provider of construction payment technologies, announced the formation of the Levelset Content Review Panel. Comprising the top professionals with vast construction payment expertise, the panel will play an integral role in helping construction businesses make more informed financial and legal decisions. 

Each month, more than 300,000 users visit Levelset’s online hub for content tailored to helping construction businesses grow. Among the tens of thousands of free resources related to construction payment, users can access free business resources and templates, industry news, and educational content. With more than 1,000 pieces of unique content added annually, the Content Review Panel, made up of top construction attorneys, accountants, business analysts, and other construction-related financial professionals in the US, will play an essential role in ensuring the integrity of the information. 

“We created the Levelset Content Review Panel to fully represent the construction payment discipline,” said Levelset CEO Scott Wolfe, Jr. “We invited people whom we know to be leaders in their respective fields and who reflect our vision of providing high-quality, accurate and timely content to construction professionals. I am elated to bring their unmatched expertise to Levelset users.”

Members of the Levelset Content Review Board named:

For more information about the Levelset Content Review Panel or to learn more about the content resources available to Levelset users, visit

About Levelset

Levelset’s mission is to empower contractors to always get what they earn. Levelset’s products help millions in the construction industry make payment paperwork and compliance more accessible, get cash faster, monitor the risk on jobs and contractors, and better understand payment processes and rules. The results are faster payments, access to capital, and fewer surprises. Founded in 2012, Levelset is based in New Orleans, La., with offices in Austin, Tex. and Cairo, Egypt and is owned and operated by Procore Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: PCOR). For more information, visit