Times change and those changes often bring about new challenges and a shift in priorities. One industry that’s undergone significant change in recent years is renewable energy.
Procore wants to be at the forefront of helping construction build in a more sustainable way. One major announcement from Procore’s Spring 2022 Innovation Summit is its new partnership with Building Transparency’s Embodied Carbon in … about Procore’s New Partnership for a Greener Construction Industry
More frequent and stronger weather events threaten infrastructure sustainability, forcing public budgets into cycles of repair and rebuild. Contractors are on the leading edge of this challenge, tasked with providing sustainable solutions that don’t break … about The Critical Role Contractors Play in Sustainable Infrastructure
For nearly 50 years, Oakland, California-based BBI Construction has taken its role as a good citizen of the Bay Area seriously, focusing on projects that add value to the community, from multifamily residential to schools, … about BBI Construction is Taking Quality and Safety to a New Level
In order to successfully attract and retain talent, some construction companies are transforming themselves into places where people not only want to work but also where they’ll actually want to stick around.
In 1991, Gil Andres founded ANDRES Construction to better serve the growing construction market in his home state of Texas. The company’s initial focus was primarily private schools and churches.
The construction sector has doubled down on its focus on Quality Assurance, and it’s a race to implement compliance policies and procedures. However, the proof for Quality Assurance won’t be found on paper.
The growth in construction software means technology leaders are in high demand. They are developing digital transformation strategies while solving system issues, so teams have access to the tools they need to succeed.
Whether they realize it or not, most contractors are unknowingly practicing workforce management (WFM) and often on a spreadsheet, whiteboard, home-grown system, or even on paper.
Global construction industry trends in 2022 include a generally favorable economic outlook along with some challenges that are expected to continue.