For Scott Construction, company values aren’t just platitudes that hang on the wall in the break room. They represent an authentic reflection of the company culture as a whole, and they are part of what’s … about A People-First Culture Brings Scott Construction Through Crisis
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While no known technology can guarantee no damage to a building in an explosion, there are a few methods and materials in use today that can help minimize injury and loss of life.
Are you familiar with all the terms used in the current 2019 version of the National Construction Code? According to construction regulators, not everyone is. That is why a new on-line reference has been created … about Brush Up on Your Construction Terms From A-Frame to Z-Sprocket
As other industries closed their doors for the better part of the year, construction sites remained open and fully functional thanks to a swift response and everyone’s willingness to cooperate. But it wasn’t just COVID-19 … about 2020: A Year of Safety Firsts for Australia’s Construction Industry
Pasadena-based Kinemetrics is one company specializing in earthquake and building monitoring technology. It offers sensor-based systems installed throughout a building which gather and transmit seismic data, measuring an earthquake’s severity, duration and more.
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When Aali Alizadeh looks at concrete, he sees more than just your typical grey, cementitious mixture. To him, it's a world of intrigue worthy of intense scrutiny and study.
Safety stand-down practices are often overlooked on jobsites, which can lead to injuries and work disruptions. See OSHA's best practice tips.
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.