Concrete slabs are something of an unsung hero in construction projects. But, if researchers at ETH Zurich have their way, this construction mainstay will be as beautiful as it is functional.
Despite the tsunami of economic and operational challenges brought on by the pandemic, many construction companies are going above and beyond to help their communities.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has ushered in an era of connected devices that communicate freely with one another without human intervention.
As the construction industry makes moves towards more sustainable and environmentally friendly building practices, it’s exploring new, better replacements of traditional building materials. Yes, even plastics.
A recent study released by Ernst & Young highlights some of the technological advancements causing disruption in the construction industry, and points out several it expects to grow most over the next five years.
Jobsite recently sat down with Sarah Epifano, Skanska USA’s Senior Director of Business Development, to discuss her story and thoughts on the industry as of late.
Across both residential and commercial construction, the amount of energy consumed to keep buildings lit up and temperature-controlled is steadily climbing. Homes and commercial buildings account for nearly 40% of all energy use in the … about A Greener Future for Construction Through BEM
In response, construction camera services provider OxBlue has turned its extensive network of cameras into an AI-supported tool to monitor construction activity during the outbreak.
In the construction business, precision counts. Working with thin profit margins means contractors must constantly walk a fine line between profitability and busting their budget, so everything from material deliveries to how labor is distributed … about Field Financials: Narrowing the Gap Between Office and Field Teams
In recent years, researchers have spent countless hours in laboratories taking materials' science to ever greater heights. Check out the 10 building materials we think are poised to change construction and engineering.