Road repaving has got an upgrade. Now, three-dimensional scanning technology is being used to shave and pave stretches of highway in Canada.
The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) has released a guide to help project owners, designers, and contractors better equip themselves to understand and manage climate impacts now and in the future.
Defects in construction have almost become accepted as part of business as usual. But, according to industry experts who presented at Procore’s Breaking the Cycle of Defects live panel, this is set to change.
Specialty contractors are at the front lines of delivering projects on time and on budget. However, they face unique challenges that frequently stand in the way of maximizing profits and productivity. Among them, the use … about Why Procore is Built for Specialty Contractors
The rising incidence of natural disasters is impacting Quality Assurance ratings for Australia’s commercial construction sector.
In order to successfully attract and retain talent, some construction companies are transforming themselves into places where people not only want to work but also where they’ll actually want to stick around.
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
Can a healthy company culture drive better business outcomes? Absolutely. Every company has a culture, whether it’s intentionally or accidentally created. Companies can leverage culture to their advantage, but few actually do so. When you … about Community Conversations: How Culture Drives Business
Internships are meant to give rising talent practical experience in the field they hope to work in one day. Mark Kravatz, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Providence (HabitatPVD), has found a way … about Habitat for Humanity is Building Homes and Futures One Intern at a Time
Cape Breton Regional Municipality in Nova Scotia, and its population of roughly 95,000, is looking at a mini construction boom, with five major publicly funded projects worth about $1 billion on the books.