Whether it’s a real estate investor, corporation, utility, manufacturing plant, government, hospital, or school system; it’s the decade of the Owner. For all types of owners, construction is a systemic challenge - common to all … about Buildings and Beyond in 2020: The Evolving Owner
The construction industry presents a vast array of opportunities to innovate through the application of Machine Learning. Not only will it make construction more efficient and innovative, the ability to capture and analyse project trends … about How Machine Learning Will Raise the Bar on Construction Safety and Performance
Procore surveyed owners and developers in the construction industry to get a feel for COVID-19’s impact. Here's what the survey showed.
It’s nice to think we can go about it alone. Perhaps that is a possibility, but it will take an extremely long time to achieve the end goal. You don’t need to look far for … about Why Mentoring Matters
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)
When a construction company needs to introduce new approaches to safety, quality or productivity, the champions who lead from within are an asset. You probably already have them—the key is letting them shine.
Recent disruptions, including COVID-19, regulatory changes, and product compliance concerns, have put the spotlight on procurement and supply chains for construction businesses. According to procurement experts, there are ways to turn these challenges into opportunities … about Is it Time to Do Some Procurement Housekeeping?
Given the multiple shocks of recent months, Australian builders are looking to the new financials year to deliver a strong pipeline of opportunities for recovery. On the ground, state and territory governments are taking action … about New Work Opportunities in Australia’s Construction Industry
From devastating bushfires to a global pandemic, the sheer scale of disruption over the past twelve months has been unprecedented for most of us in the industry. And yet, hope prevails.
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