Construction is necessarily a cautious and conservative industry. It designs, delivers, and maintains facilities upon which lives often depend. So, the logic suggests, its businesses and people must take a responsible and pragmatic approach to … about What Technology Providers Need to Understand about Construction
Safety stand-down practices are often overlooked on jobsites, which can lead to injuries and work disruptions. See OSHA's best practice tips.
To put it simply, a smart building is any structure that uses automated processes to control the building's operations. This means that things, such as heating, ventilation, air conditioning, lighting and security, are connected and … about Smarter Buildings = A More Intelligent Future
As an integral part of a company's specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and timely (SMART) performance review program, more emphasis is being put on paid training and education. It's a win-win for everyone.
JOBSITE recently spoke with David Hanson, Vice President of Construction at Century Group, to talk about innovation, long-term strategic planning, COVID-19, and the importance of trust.
In the span of a generation, many construction industry design and management processes have been transformed. For the most part, people just want technologies that are tried, tested, and proven. But sometimes a ‘disruptive’ technology … about Construction Software – Why Everyone Can’t Agree (and what to do about it)
The best safety managers live and breathe health and safety, and their passion shows through in their interactions with employees. Buy-in from workers and management are necessary for a successful safety program, along with open … about Top Habits of Successful Safety Managers
When the jobsite feels chaotic and disorganized, you can probably pin the blame on this likely culprit––miscommunication. Failure to communicate can ultimately lead to serious jobsite accidents, project rework, and employee problems. Effective communication is … about Communication Failures on the Jobsite
When it comes to managing attendance on a construction site, safety is of the utmost importance. It is especially true since a construction site is a high-risk environment, with more than 3,414 casualties having taken … about A Connected Jobsite Can Improve Safety
Back in 2015, the NSW government put out a report entitled School Assets and Student Outcomes, which contained its findings into vertical schools. It identified the need for vertical schools to tackle urban overcrowding and … about Vertical Schools Reaching New Heights