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.
In past years, construction data was collected mostly on paper and filed away at the end of each project never to be seen again. While we are definitely seeing a movement of data being put … about Working Smarter with Construction Data
Unlike no other time in recent history, the global pandemic’s economic impact has forced businesses to quickly adapt to working through COVID-19. The construction industry, which is no stranger to unexpected challenges, has come out … about Canadian Construction Leaders Discuss What’s Next in the Wake of COVID-19
Women are still substantially under-represented in the construction industry workforce. However, according to the How We Build Now 2020 research, more than half of all surveyed firms believe this will change in the next decade. … about Paving a Brighter Future for Women in Construction
Mass timber is gaining popularity for tall builds because it's a relatively clean, cost-effective resource.
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
The differences in construction regulations and practitioner registration requirements between the states and territories have been a huge challenge for the Australian construction industry. A change could be on the way, however, with the release … about Can National Harmonisation Help Construction Thrive?
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From the world's first hydrogen-fueled jobsite to Queensland's new $14 billion infrastructure plan, we've got you covered on all the industry news from around the … about How Procore’s Construction Data is Alleviating Market Uncertainty, An Update on SF’s Millennium Tower, and Tackling Lonely Leadership