Whether due to a lack of skilled labor, miscommunication, or poor project management, countless jobs are extended beyond their scheduled deadline due to a significant amount of rework required to fulfill contractually obligated specifications.
Augmented reality and virtual reality have combined revenue projections of $61 billion by 2021 and are on their way to widespread use. For construction companies, and others in the AEC industry, the allure of immersive … about Altering Reality on the Jobsite
Each year the Occupational Safety and Health Administration releases the Top 10 Most Cited Violations of safety and health standards. OSHA 5 top offenders are repeats from the year before, and the year before that. … about How to Identify and Prevent the Top OSHA Violations
OSHA's accident search results pages reveal respiratory damage on the job are not isolated incidents, and people develop their injuries over the long term. For example, consider the case of a 55-year-old man working as … about Breathe Easier by Not Violating OSHA’s Fourth Most Cited Standard
Each year the Occupational Safety and Health Administration releases the Top 10 Most Cited Violations of safety and health standards. For any employer, this list is a good starting point when doing their own safety … about Scaffold Citations Stack Up in OSHA’s Enforcement Efforts
The state and local government contracting market is expected to move "from bullish optimism to sustainable realism" in 2018
While the March observance of National Women's History Month, was born in the late 1800s out of worker revolts against the conditions in factories, women's grievances at that time mirrored what women working on early construction … about Women in Construction: The Story is Much Longer Than You Think
New York City is beefing up its safety requirements for construction workers in light of rising accidents on construction sites. Local Law 196, which went into effect March 1,requires that all workers on certain jobs … about Are you Ready for NYC’s Safety Training Local Law 196?
More and then 5,300 years ago people began to account for goods in ancient warehouses. What began as simple marks scribed in clay or parchment, evolved into detailed records by the time of the Egyptians. … about The Evolution of Construction Accounting: From Nothing to Live Field Data
During ConstructConnect's 2018 Design & Construction Outlook webinar held on November 1, Kermit Baker, chief economist for the American Institute of Architects talked about the year-to-date movements in the Architectural Billings Index. The index is … about 2018 Construction Industry Forecasts: Still Growing, But Not So Fast