Today, we live in a world where nearly every tool used to manage a job is in some way digitized. However, construction’s digital transformation has focused on digitizing drawings and documentation management while largely ignoring … about An Inside Look at the Current State of Cost Management in Construction
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is increasingly being specified by government, institutional and large commercial clients. However, the adoption of BIM lags among the small to medium enterprises that comprise most businesses in the global construction … about Busting Five Common Myths about BIM
One major reason Adera was so successful at using Procore for its Crest project were its “Procore Champions.” This group of tech-savvy employees helped guide the company through the implementation process.
Construction work remains one of the most dangerous occupations. Of the 5,333 people who died from work-related injuries in 2019, construction workers accounted for 1,061 of those deaths, the highest number of fatalities in the … about The Most Dangerous Jobs in Construction and the Technology Helping Keep Workers Safe
Road repaving has got an upgrade. Now, three-dimensional scanning technology is being used to shave and pave stretches of highway in Canada.
The uncertainty of the last year has prompted many business owners to rethink their relationship with technology. In a new survey from international research firm IDC, more than 500 construction project owners and developers in … about How Construction Project Owners Are Using Technology to Achieve On-Time, On-Budget Performance
Whether you run a construction company or you are a project manager, the work these days requires more than just spreadsheets and hand-written notes. This list of project management software features will help you guide … about Your Guide to Selecting the Best Project Management Software Features
The construction industry fared better than many others during the COVID-19 crisis, largely due to consistent demand and the designation of many trades workers as essential employees. But as we emerge from the pandemic, the … about How Procore is Helping Solve the Construction Labor Shortage
Building projects of the future will require the construction industry to embrace the latest digital tools and technology. Still, a new national survey indicates that many firms across Canada still have a way to go.
Even when forward-looking construction companies get serious about their investment in construction technology, it will be of limited benefit if field teams aren’t on board. Rolling out technology requires strong buy-in from workers in order … about Best Practices for Achieving Field Team Adoption of Construction Technology