While the recent passing of the trillion-dollar infrastructure bill provides critical funding for public works projects, the need for skilled workers to meet the demands of these projects is becoming increasingly more pronounced.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, one of the most destructive natural disasters in US history, many businesses in New Orleans faced insurmountable challenges. For Landis Construction, the storm marked a turning point. Its client, … about Giving Your Team the Freedom to Grow Themselves and the Company
The flight of skilled workers from construction has been an issue for some time. The Great Recession of 2008 combined with COVID-19’s lockdown took large bites out of construction’s workforce. This is a labor setback … about The Next Generation Is Ready To Work – Go Get Them
Over the coming decades, the construction industry has a monumental opportunity. The global population will continue to increase which will impact available resources and create a necessity for further development within communities around the world. … about Can the Next Generation Solve the Construction Labor Crisis?
Innovation is essential in the construction industry. This vital value helps companies think more creatively and collaboratively, which means more streamlined projects and the potential for plenty of growth.
As the construction industry grapples with an ongoing labour shortage, the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) is making strides to attract more young people to the skilled trades through a variety of outreach programs … about Advancing Construction’s Future Workforce One Student At A Time
Construction isn’t like other industries. With most companies, whether they’re selling jackets or making pizzas, they’re handling the exact amount of work their business is designed to handle. Construction is the opposite. There are too … about Workforce Planning Takes Guessing Out of the Labor Equation
Construction is inextricably linked to community—the building of schools, homes, hospitals, offices, train stations and more has an undeniable impact on so many people.
The infamous labor whiteboard. It often hangs in the superintendent’s office covered in sticky notes. Maybe it’s been upgraded to a magnetic whiteboard with tiles to swap in and out. Or perhaps it stretches the … about 5 Reasons You Think You Can’t Quit Your Labor Whiteboard
The construction industry in the United States is extraordinary. According to IBISWorld, an industry research database, there are over 3.5 million construction businesses, employing more than 9.5 million people across the country in 2021. From … about How QR Code Technology Helps Identify Who’s In the Field