As various forms of artificial intelligence find their way into construction, the industry has been grappling with ways to get humans and machines to interact better. With the use of AR, workers gain the insight … about 5 Real Uses for Augmented Reality in Construction Today
When Boston Dynamics introduced its Spot robotic dog in 2016, the tech world was immediately enamored with it. The yellow four-legged robot could navigate its way around obstacles, and it even fought to stay on … about Construction Leaders Team Up to Bring Robotics to The Field
The lack of clarity around what exactly AI is and what its capabilities are may contribute to its slow uptake in construction. Fortunately, other prominent industries have already woven the technology into their operations to … about The 5 Artificial Intelligence-Based Technologies the Industry Can’t Ignore
Canadians are coming to realize the far-reaching impacts of psychological well-being, and so governments, employees, and individuals are doing more to spread understanding and support workers suffering from poor mental health.
A new, $200-million distribution centre for e-commerce giant Amazon is slowly starting to rise from a once-vacant plot of scrubland in Citigate Corporate Business Park in Barrhaven in the south end of Ottawa.
For all its positives, properly tendering a project requires a major investment of time on the part of commercial real estate owners and their teams. Even simple tender processes require hours of preparation on the part of … about How Long Does the Tendering Process Take for Most Projects?
Every week it seems a new “game-changing” product or idea comes along that promises to change the world forever, and sometimes actually does. That’s how technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, cloud computing, autonomous machinery, advanced … about Getting On Board With Construction Technology Initiatives
You have a lot of influence over design decisions that affect quality when you work on a design-build or other collaborative delivery project. Suggesting proven materials reduces quality concerns considerably. You might also influence quality … about Get on the Fast Track to Better Quality Control
Even through a pandemic, construction work remains steady and in demand. Buildforce Canada estimates that Canada will need to recruit more than 300,000 new workers over the next decade to keep pace with demand. One … about Canada Making Strides in Attracting Women to Construction, But More Work is Needed
One of the most common job safety analysis misconceptions is that JSA procedures, and safety in general, are a separate part of the job. In actuality, job safety analysis exists to integrate safety into every … about What’s a JSA and Why You Need it on Your Jobsite