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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
If you’re relying on money as a motivator, you’re likely only getting short-term benefits. Researchers discovered that how much money a person makes has only a modest relationship to their job or income satisfaction.
Easy-access to data and less administrative time encourages data-driven collaboration to handle the most important tasks. See how one construction company is doing all that and more with Procore.
When you train your people and adopt new technologies, you future-proof your business. Here are eight ways to grow your value so you become the contractor of first choice.
Digging tunnels is an engineering marvel that has come a long way since tunneling projects required huge teams of workers armed with picks and shovels slowly chipping their way through countless tons of rock and … about Going Underground: The Future of Tunneling
As online communication becomes the norm, more builders share information through online platforms rather than face to face.
Construction work has its own set of complications when you’re trying to build a team with good attitudes and good morale. Start by focusing on a few prominent factors.
It’s well documented that the Canadian construction industry is facing labour shortages, and it will continue to do so in the foreseeable future.
In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the top architecture firms in Toronto, as outlined by BlogTO and Azure Magazine.