Global business is still recovering from the effects of the pandemic. That uncertainty is reflected in not just the stock market, but the overall economic sentiment. Wild swings in the stock market, coupled with general … about Home Construction Demand Surges, Even as Other Sectors Slow
Building Information Modelling and digitised documentation could hold the key to delivering better outcomes not only for project teams but also the end customers—the asset owners, facilities managers and occupants, according to digital engineering experts.
Are you familiar with all the terms used in the current 2019 version of the National Construction Code? According to construction regulators, not everyone is. That is why a new on-line reference has been created … about Brush Up on Your Construction Terms From A-Frame to Z-Sprocket
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.
Environmental data is the least likely type of information to be managed through specialist software, according to companies surveyed for Procore’s How We Build Now 2020 report. It does, however, touch on multiple areas construction … about How Capturing Environmental Data on Your Construction Projects Can Help You Get Ahead
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.
As construction is rapidly moving into a digital-first world, companies are seeing major shifts thanks to how technology helps them streamline practices, reinvent personnel and equipment management, and even utilize virtual and augmented reality to … about The Evolution of Construction Technology
Safety stand-down practices are often overlooked on jobsites, which can lead to injuries and work disruptions. See OSHA's best practice tips.
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.