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
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.
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
By any measure, 2020 was a year for the construction industry like no other. According to Deloitte, the year started off strong, with construction adding over $900 billion to the US economy in Q1 2020 … about A Look at How Covid-19 Changed the Construction Industry in 2020 and Beyond
The year 2020 was one of tragedy and triumph challenge and change for the Canadian construction industry. Companies introduced safety protocols to keep the industry working, added sanitizing stations and staggered shifts so fewer workers … about Projections for Health of Construction Industry Vary in 2021
With winter approaching and cases of COVID-19 on the rise, construction employers and workers are looking nervously into the future. Since much of the work is done outside, workers can take steps to social distance … about Keeping Canadian Workers Safe During COVID-19
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From an update on two multibillion-dollar projects in the US to a new report that suggests an increase in the use of contech, we've got … about UK Construction Sector Holds Strong, Procore Acquires Esticom, and BD+C’s Building Team Awards
As major industries go, construction is both very hands-on and facetime heavy. So, when the pandemic hit and remote and socially distanced workplaces became the norm, C&E firms had to move quickly. This meant adapting … about Is the Pandemic Helping Fuel the Remote Construction Market?
Our nation’s healthcare workers have been at the forefront during the coronavirus pandemic, with hospitals and medical facilities jammed to capacity, facing shortages of critical supplies, and working in what might be the most high-risk … about How the Pandemic Could Change the Future Design and Construction of Hospitals
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From an update on the World of Concrete conference to the top women-designed landscapes in the US, we've got you covered on all the industry … about One Exec’s Advice to SMBs, Simplifying the Closeout Process, and How to Future-Proof Your Construction Firm