On May 6 Procore held its “Best Practices for Keeping Field Teams Safe During COVID-19” webinar featuring two representatives from the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) who shared their insights into the regulatory and … about Best Practices for Keeping Field Teams Safe During COVID-19
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From an update on construction work unemployment numbers to how companies are using data to make predictions, we've got you covered on all the industry … about Safety Tips for Returning to the Jobsite, COVID-19’s Real Impacts on Construction and Housing Market update
Times are currently tough due to COVID-19. However, it is possible to turn downtime into an upside, with numerous options for remote and online learning available.
The following are some of the latest protocols being recommended and adopted to keep construction workers and the public safe.
When a series of flaws occur, your project is set up for failure. Here's what's behind a fatal flaw or critical issues analysis, what to consider, and how to pull it off.
When it comes to reducing injuries and deaths in the construction industry, there is a growing emphasis on the use of Safety by Design principles. The goal is to take the highest order approach to … about How Your Architect Can Help You Have a Safer Worksite
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
With the wearables market set to surge to $54 billion by 2023, the rise of wearable technology is poised to have several key impacts on the construction industry.