Canadians are known to be a little shy when it comes to boasting about their construction achievements. With an almost dismissive air, Canadian construction professionals play down their feats. Here are some of the biggest, best, … about Canada’s Biggest and Best Construction Achievements
Two sessions at Groundbreak 2019 highlight the future of our industry—and it is all about integration. Mark Fly of ConstructConnect presented his top five bid management practices that construction companies need to modify or abandon completely. … about Integration and Automation for the Future
As online communication becomes the norm, more builders share information through online platforms rather than face to face.
Statistics show that even though the construction industry accounts for about 9% of the Australian workforce, it accounts for 12% of workplace-related fatalities. Jobsite ANZ spoke to Safe Work Australia, the Australian Government statutory body … about Safe Work Australia’s Guide to Preventing Jobsite Accidents
It’s well documented that the Canadian construction industry is facing labour shortages, and it will continue to do so in the foreseeable future.
The latest buzzword in environmental circles is “pre-cycling”—the process of reducing waste by avoiding items that will generate it in the first place or by selecting elements that will create less waste. An innovative company … about Precycling in Construction Can Save Money and the Environment
The construction and real estate sectors are both major creators and major consumers of geographic information. We, therefore, need to work closely with the GIS community to manage our ‘location intelligence’ legacy.
Since the times of ancient Egypt, mankind has sought to make their mark on the planet by building structures rising high above the ground. Centuries later, construction of the modern skyscraper began,
Sydney’s skyline now boasts one of the largest electric cranes in the world—a Jaso J780PA undertaking the heavy lifting on Grocon’s $700m Ribbon Development at Darling Harbour.
In construction, the initial planning and subsequent follow-through of the project get most of the focus. This means, however, that little thought is often given to what happens once the project is complete. In other … about The Role of Asset Management in Construction