Quick response codes, or QR codes, are having a comeback since the pandemic, but in construction, they never left. That's because the codes excel at connecting people to information, and construction has many use cases … about Why QR Codes are a Natural Fit for Construction
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 full of unprecedented challenges for construction companies, but the industry is eyeing a serious rebound for 2021. A big step on that path, which many companies grappled with in 2020, involves examining … about Making the Most of Construction Technology
The hardhat has steadily evolved since it first became popular during the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge in the 1930s. Initially made of canvas, they’ve since been made of everything from metal to fiberglass … about The Smart Hard Hat is Doing More than Keeping Workers Safe
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From a recent LinkedIn Live event that discussed the major headlines predicted for 2021 to an update on homebuilding stats in the US, we've got … about How COVID Has Impacted the UK, Mentorship in Construction, and Making Company Culture Count
With construction teams working amidst the pandemic, digital tools have become more essential than ever for teams looking to maintain their productivity, while maintaining social distancing measures.
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From ENR's top projects of the year to what the CDC has just said about neck gaiters, we've got you covered on all the industry … about How Blockchain Can Drive Industry Modernization, NYC’s Port Authority Rebuild, and 10 Canadian Construction Trends for 2021
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
Canada’s construction industry shed a massive number of jobs in the early days of COVID-19, but many workers have since been rehired, and reports indicate the sector will face a shortfall of trades in coming … about Canada’s Construction Workforce Outlook 2021 and Beyond
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From an update on the state of the Australian infrastructure sector to the US cities expected to bounce back the fastest with regard to commercial … about Foreign Projects to Look Out For in 2021, Leveraging Social Media to Drive Business, and the CDC’s Stance on Jobsite Vaccinations