As technology pushes forward to modernize construction, could an innovation from the past provide construction with the next big thing that helps everyone stay in control?
Performance is about doing the job right the first time, but nearly a third of all work is fixing items initially done incorrectly. Rework can have a devastating impact on productivity, profitability, and performance, accounting … about Information Delays Between You And The Field Could Be Hurting Your Projects
Getting information to and from the field promptly requires linking all aspects of your technology stack. Yet, only 18% of construction and engineering companies report that they have full integration of their construction technology. That’s … about Beat Communication Chaos by Empowering the Field with the Right Information at the Right Time
The growth in construction software means technology leaders are in high demand. They are developing digital transformation strategies while solving system issues, so teams have access to the tools they need to succeed.
Increasingly, companies are making the shift from paper-based safety approaches to digital platforms. There’s more to going paperless than simply less paperwork; the benefits of improving safety performance extend well beyond the worksite.
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
Whether you run a construction company or you are a project manager, the work these days requires more than just spreadsheets and hand-written notes. This list of project management software features will help you guide … about Your Guide to Selecting the Best Project Management Software Features
With data and real-time connectivity fast becoming one of the most valuable assets a business has, the demand for digital infrastructure and data center construction is booming.
Building projects of the future will require the construction industry to embrace the latest digital tools and technology. Still, a new national survey indicates that many firms across Canada still have a way to go.
Anyone who follows macro trends in the construction industry knows that investment in construction technology is reaching an inflection point: our industry continues to lag other major business sectors when it comes to tech adoption.