Many conferences and trade shows have gone virtual in 2020 because of COVID-19. If done right, online events can foster all the outcomes as those that happen in-person, while offering some unexpected benefits. Event experts … about Top Tips for Producing a Successful Virtual Conference
Pasadena-based Kinemetrics is one company specializing in earthquake and building monitoring technology. It offers sensor-based systems installed throughout a building which gather and transmit seismic data, measuring an earthquake’s severity, duration and more.
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From an update on the state of the construction workforce in the UK to the top 5 free construction safety resources, we've got you covered … about Establishing a Lasting Company Culture, The Truth About Construction Certifications, and Finland’s Wooden City
When Aali Alizadeh looks at concrete, he sees more than just your typical grey, cementitious mixture. To him, it's a world of intrigue worthy of intense scrutiny and study.
Here are five ways the construction industry can make an impact by making projects more sustainable.
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From the ways in which construction pros are using modular building to the US DOT's latest round of grant awards, we've got you covered on … about How Procore’s Embedded Experience is Helping Contractors Best COVID-19, Impact of the West’s Wildfires on Construction, and 8 Innovative Multifamily Projects to Debut in 2020
Procore Technologies recently spoke to some leading trade professionals and asked them what advice would they give to someone who's considering a career in the trades.
We take a look at some of America's historic buildings and monuments and the tradespeople who helped build them.
In the four-part series entitled, Virtual Construction Education 101, Procore partners and education specialists share their challenges, results, and silver linings of continuing education through the pandemic.
Little more than seven years ago, Mallorie Brodie and Lauren Lake met at a young entrepreneurship program. The two women had very different academic backgrounds but had a shared dream—to establish a thriving business.