Sarah Lorek

Sarah is the Lead Content Strategist for Trimble Buildings, CEC (Civil Engineering & Construction), and Geospatial. She has worked on many large scale marketing campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, helping them define their story and shape a compelling narrative. Now, she focuses on creating and sourcing valuable thought leadership content for our readers.

  • The 3 Cs: Connected, Content-Enabled, and Constructible

    The 3 Cs: Connected, Content-Enabled, and Constructible

    The Constructible Process is taking modern construction by storm. Learn the basics of this powerful methodology and see how the process and related technology can revolutionize your work!

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  • How Content-Enabled Models and Workflows Drastically Improve Construction Productivity

    How Content-Enabled Models and Workflows Drastically Improve Construction Productivity

    We all know it’s silly to ‘reinvent the wheel’, yet we do it all the time. For construction pros, however, it’s now possible to avoid doing so by relying on constructible content instead.

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  • Keeping Up With Constructibility

    Keeping Up With Constructibility

    One of the three main components of The Constructible Process is, of course, that the project must be constructible: from initial ideation through completed construction and beyond.

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  • New Tower 'The Tulip' Is Blooming Over London

    New Tower 'The Tulip' Is Blooming Over London

    One city is going floral with a new tulip-shaped tower rising above the skyline. The city of London, UK, has approved plans for a new tower that some are calling both bulbous and...

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  • New Skyscraper 'The Tulip' Is Blooming Over London

    New Skyscraper 'The Tulip' Is Blooming Over London

    One city is going floral with a new tulip-shaped tower rising above the skyline. The city of London, UK, has approved plans for a new tower that some are calling both bulbous and beautiful.

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  • How Long Will It Be Before Robots Build Everything?

    How Long Will It Be Before Robots Build Everything?

    There’s a lot of talk in construction about the use of robotic technologies. While these things are certainly gaining traction, the time when humans have to worry about being replaced is likely...

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  • What Is Constructible Content?

    What Is Constructible Content?

    Constructible content consists of technical information and data from a building product manufacturer's components. Once the design is finalized, the model can be built in the real world

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  • Are Construction Worker Stereotypes Causing a Skill Shortage?

    Are Construction Worker Stereotypes Causing a Skill Shortage?

    The demand for construction is growing much faster than the number of skilled workers, and the industry is facing a skill shortage like never before. Could stereotypes be to blame?

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  • How to Compete for Bigger Construction Projects

    How to Compete for Bigger Construction Projects

    Experts estimate that most construction companies only win between 10-20% of the projects they bid. Estimating is often considered to be a numbers game. Here's how to compete for bigger projects.

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  • Construction Appreciation Week 2018

    Construction Appreciation Week 2018

    Construction workers from JE Dunn have been building a 125,000 square foot, four-story office building for Trimble. Office employees said thanks during Construction Appreciation Week 2018.

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  • Contractors Liable for Unpaid Wages — Is This a National Trend?

    Contractors Liable for Unpaid Wages — Is This a National Trend?

    Controversial legislation holding general contractors liable for unpaid wages and benefits owed employees of their subcontractors has already passed into law and may be the start of a nationwide trend

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  • Estimators and Winning

    Of 101+ estimates personally created every year, most estimators win less than 25%. - State of Construction Report - Get the free guide from - Trimble MEP

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  • State of Construction 2018 [INFOGRAPHIC]

    State of Construction 2018 [INFOGRAPHIC]

    The results are in! We surveyed over 1,000 construction professionals in the MEP and field professions to determine the state of construction in North America. Read on to learn more.

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  • What is BIM (Building Information Modeling)

    What is BIM (Building Information Modeling)

    BIM (Building Information Modeling) is becoming a crucial process to make the planning, design, and construction of buildings highly efficient and collaborative. Read on to discover what BIM is.

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  • What the WBENC (Women's Business Enterprise National Council) Can Do for Owners

    What the WBENC (Women's Business Enterprise National Council) Can Do for Owners

    The WBENC (Women’s Business Enterprise National Council) can be a huge opportunity for women-owned construction firms in the U.S. But, to take advantage of all it has to offer, consider this...

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  • Apple's Daisy Robot Can Dismantle Your iPhone. Is Your Jobsite Next? [VIDEO]

    Apple's Daisy Robot Can Dismantle Your iPhone. Is Your Jobsite Next? [VIDEO]

    Apple’s Daisy robot can dismantle an iPhone in precisely 18 seconds.

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  • Can Staircase Design Shape Your Feelings?

    Can Staircase Design Shape Your Feelings?

    Stairs aren’t just a way to get from A to B. In essence, they remain a practical way to move from one elevation to another, but staircase design can also offer far more in terms of psychology.

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  • The Museum Architecture of Dubai, Milton Keynes, and More

    The Museum Architecture of Dubai, Milton Keynes, and More

    There’s a fascinating link between architecture and museums, and many take the form of absolutely stunning buildings. This article will explore museum architecture and take a look at some of the most.

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  • Ancient Architecture and the Human Need to Construct

    Ancient Architecture and the Human Need to Construct

    Humans have been building homes and structures for centuries. Ancient buildings give us hints into cultural and religious motives of those who built before us. So, is it in our nature to construct?

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  • Mental Health In Construction [STATS]

    Mental Health In Construction [STATS]

    When you think about jobsite hazards, physical risks probably top the list. But what about the dangers you can’t see? Mental health in construction is one of these dangers.

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