Whether it’s value for employees, value for clients, or value for partners, any fresh idea or innovative concept is only as good as the value it delivers. Here are four business aspects with special meaning … about 4 Key Ways to Innovate and Add Value to Your Construction Business
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
Preconstruction meetings come in many formats because every party to a construction project uses them, both individually and collectively. However, a project without a preconstruction meeting is a project poised to have difficulties.
Most small specialty contractors have ‘bootstrapped’ themselves up in the industry, often learning their trade on the job before branching out on their own. That means they often tackle their own marketing programs. Consider these … about Top Marketing Strategies for Specialty Contractors
As part of efforts to be able to better weather the next major disruption outside their control, some companies are giving digital solutions a closer look. A recent report by McKinsey says the construction industry … about Pandemic Helping Accelerate Construction Technology Use
Here is the story behind the construction RFP and how you can turn it from your weakest point to your strongest.
Labor scheduling seems easy when you have a single project. Whiteboards and Excel spreadsheets are fine for managing a job site; but labor scheduling gets complicated quickly when you add multiple projects with different timelines … about Digital Labor Scheduling Can Help You Scale Up
The following six construction technology companies are among those leading the way in getting creative about how to use their product to help keep workers healthy and jobsites safe from COVID-19.
These projects hold the promise of sustainable business for contractors and improved resilience for the nation.
If construction project risk has you running for cover, you have to first understand it and then know how to manage it.