Top of mind for participants of Procore's "We're in this Together" webinar series was worker safety. Construction leaders also discussed everything from dealing with project shutdowns to finding opportunities in the midst of unprecedented challenges.
If your site teams need to operate as truly remote teams, it’s essential to find new ways to collaborate and administrate your projects to work through the COVID-19 pandemic.
As in difficult times of the past, stories of everyday heroics are shining through the often grim news reports. Here are just a few of the many ways construction companies are giving back to their … about How Construction Companies are Giving Back During COVID-19
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
The culturally mixed nature of the construction project is one of the industry’s strengths. But as the COVID-19 virus makes its way around the globe, the inter-cultural jobsite may be something else, as well—a truly … about Building Communication in the Age of COVID-19
Four construction industry leaders recently participated in the first of a series of webinars entitled: “Procore Customer Roundtable: We’re in This Together." The presenters weighed in on COVID-19, how they’re dealing with its impact, and … about We’re in this Together: Construction Leaders Discuss COVID-19 Impacts and What May Lie Ahead
Navigating your construction projects in the best of times can be demanding. While you can’t entirely control what happens in this currently unpredictable environment, you can be proactive.
Global focus on the spread of the illness is coupled with a deep preoccupation—the idea of an economic slowdown; a fear that productivity—everywhere—will grind to a halt.