Virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR, respectively) have been used in gaming and entertainment for some time. However, that’s not the only place these technologies are gaining popularity as construction is turning to AR … about 6 Ways AR and VR Will Rule Construction in 2021
The year 2020 was one of tragedy and triumph challenge and change for the Canadian construction industry. Companies introduced safety protocols to keep the industry working, added sanitizing stations and staggered shifts so fewer workers … about Projections for Health of Construction Industry Vary in 2021
From its inception, Procore has considered the bigger picture in its work. The company was shaped by its culture before any of the early team even managed to nail down its identity. When Steve Zahm, … about A Company Culture Based on Purpose and Passion Paves the Way to Innovation
There's no substitute for quality, style, comfort and convenience in pleasing demanding residential customers. But, how do you select from the vast array of products available to meet those demands? Consider these trends.
Specialty contractors absorb a lot of risk on construction projects. Rapidly-changing schedules, incomplete specifications, and change orders regularly leave subs scrambling to realign crews and mitigate workspace limitations. Consider these tactics to boost specialty contractor … about Managing Specialty Contractor Crews for Optimal Performance
Building in big cities often requires making a difficult choice between progress and preservation. Preserving history is especially challenging in a place like China, which has undergone a dramatic economic transformation over the past few … about Robotic Legs Help Multi-Story Building Walk to New Location
Whether you’re Santa’s perfect helper or a notorious gift-card giver, here’s some help to get that something special for all the special construction workers in your life.
The City of Vancouver has given the green light to a 60-storey, landmark residential tower with 485 homes that will be the tallest Passive House building in the world. The 480-unit build is slated for … about Vancouver Green Lights World’s Tallest Passive House Tower
Even in construction, artificial intelligence applications range from a formless networked virtual computer-dwelling brain that crunches mountains of data, to an array of data-collecting sensors, to real-live physical robots autonomously laying bricks. It’s still early … about How Will Artificial Intelligence Change the Construction Industry?
With winter approaching and cases of COVID-19 on the rise, construction employers and workers are looking nervously into the future. Since much of the work is done outside, workers can take steps to social distance … about Keeping Canadian Workers Safe During COVID-19