How OSHA Is Trying to Catch Up
Automation in the Construction Industry
Weekly Grind: Biggest Construction Award Winners and New Equipment to Hit the Market
Smart Buildings Continue Their Rise in 2018
Friday Funny: The Productivity Placebo
U.S. Home Construction Jumps nearly 10 percent in January
Seattle Eyes Taller, Denser in Affordable Housing Proposal
Trump's Plan to Rebuild US Roads Relies on Local Dollars
By Procore Editorial staff
September 8, 2016
Following the 2008 Recession, contractors looked forward to the next housing boom. They wished too hard. Read more.
The surge in hotel building may suggest wandering mobs of houseless homebuyers in need of lodging while labor force catches up with home orders. Read more.
Well-meaning government move is a mixed blessing as notorious Indian driving is exported to previously pastoral countryside. Read more.
The gender-centric term "Tradesman" is being revised as waves of women sign on to the new tech career programs being offered. Skilled labor shortage, this one's for you. Read more.
The innovative company is still perfecting the "bile-squirter pump," but says the toy is otherwise ready for market. Read more.
The tower's designer is working closely with engineers to build "architectural disappointment" into the edifice, which will only ever be Number Three on the Windy City's famous skyline. Read more.
The mortally-wounded Twin Cities rail project is opposed by both bus enthusiasts and State Republicans in the Assembly. Read more.
The 40 year construction veteran set a tough new tone by fining OSHA for improper lighting of his promotion ceremony. Read more.
Difficulty in attracting skilled workers remains despite GCs offer of higher pay and jobsite trailers by Airstream. Read more.
Privacy activists who already feared public restrooms are not emboldened by "printed" stalls. Read more.
Women in Construction
Manhattan D.A. Focused on Construction Safety Violators
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January 9, 2018