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Construction in 2025: What Will Change?
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Are You Ready to Go Constructible?
Transformation will not be achieved simply by implementing new technologies, but by improving workflows with repeatable business processes. Are you ready to go constructible?
5 Unexpected Construction Materials [Video]
In an effort to offset the environmental impact by buildings, researchers and construction professionals have come up with a wide array of solutions to make them more sustainable.
Ensuring a Smooth Technology Transformation
Most contractors that want to remain competitive know they’ll have to make the move to the cloud, but how do you ensure you do so in a way that is best for your organization? You need a plan.
7 Tech Trends Driving the Construction Industry
Brighter times have finally hit the construction industry. Yet, with lagging productivity rates and a tough labor market, how will you keep up with demand for construction services?
Preparing for Digital Transformation in the AEC Industry
There are strong signals that the construction industry is undergoing an inevitable change that will increase business intelligence across processes, people and technology. Don't be left behind.
The MEP Contractor's Guide to Constructibility
The next generation of buildings will need MEP professionals to build beyond the limits of BIM. Find out how you as an MEP contractor can achieve this workflow, from first design to the maintenance.
Navigating Construction Tax Incentives
The construction tax landscape, however, can be a daunting task to master. Read this article to get out ahead of tax issues and help building contractors succeed in 2019 and beyond.
Overcoming the Construction Labor Shortage with Good Hiring Strategies
How do you make your construction company stand out not just attract, but retain good workers? We’ve compiled a list of tips for hiring and developing career paths for the best construction employees.
2019 Construction Trends — 8 Topics to Watch in the Year Ahead
Keeping tabs on the latest industry trends and technologies will be crucial for success in the coming year. Here are 8 key construction industry trends for 2019.
How the Constructible Process Will Transform The Construction Industry By 2020
The construction industry is on the cusp of a massive transformation. This best practice approach to digital transformation is The Constructible Process. Download the ebook to find out more.
Does Metal Shop Automation Cost Jobs?
Since the days of the steam engine, machine labor has been viewed with suspicion. People are always afraid that they’re going to be pushed out and nobody wants to lose their job to a glorified toaster
The Building Technology Behind a Mile High Skyscraper
Experts predict there could be at least one mile-high skyscraper by 2050. There's also a likely trend of buildings over 3,200 feet high. What kind of tech will bring these buildings to life?
This Is Why We Need Standards
Standards allow users in the construction industry to work together. And with the rise of BIM and globalization, standards are more important than ever before.
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.
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
Cybersecurity In Construction: What You Need to Know
While building sites have always been attractive targets for thieves, the construction industry is now facing attacks in a relatively new area: cyberspace.
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.
Blockchain and BIM: Does Construction Really Need This Right Now? (Revisited)
Following the success of my first BIM and Blockchain article, I received many comments and responses from people both inside and outside of the construction industry. Here are my thoughts, revisited.
The U.S. States with the Highest Paying Construction Jobs
The construction industry is booming across the United States, in line with the state of the economy. But, there’s a big difference in pay for construction pros depending on which state they’re in.
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