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.
Last year was, in many ways, the ultimate unplanned test of the construction industry’s resilience and its ability to transform operations on the fly. Between adjusting to a remote workforce and project shutdowns, the industry … about 2021 ROI Report: Contractors Regrouping for a High-Performance Year
Hale Corp has evolved into a leading boutique custom builder here in Melbourne. For us, this means we need visibility across the business. Aligning our business values and financial drivers for construction is something we … about How Business Drivers Transform the Barriers to Better Construction
Procore’s Groundbreak 2020 featured more than 50 breakout sessions on a wide range of C&E topics, featuring in-depth conversations with industry players who know them best. One such session, "How to Leverage a Connected Platform … about How a Connected Platform Translates to Improved Performance
At a recent Groundbreak session hosted by Rob Frank, Customer Experience Director at BW Workplace Experts, attendees considered the benefits of using a connected platform to deliver first-class customer experience. Over the course of the … about Leveraging a Connected Platform Can Lead to an Improved Customer Journey
As disruptive a force as the pandemic has been on global construction work, C&E firms have been adapting to their new environment with technology. We took a look at five technologies that construction firms have … about Top 5 Construction Technologies Tackling COVID-19 Challenges
Few companies in Canada have a history as long as Smith Brothers & Wilson. SBW began “Building the West” way back in 1897 and has since delved into nearly every type of construction project there … about Resiliency and Diversification Make for a Long History and a Hopeful Future
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.
Construction may not experience the extent of fraud seen in sectors like healthcare and finance, but the fraudulent activities that do happen in C&E still take a fairly significant bite.
As we all continue to navigate the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, construction companies are trying to determine how to continue working safely. One Calgary-based construction firm has taken steps to protect on-site workers … about How One Calgary-Based Contractor is Responding to COVID-19