As online communication becomes the norm, more builders share information through online platforms rather than face to face.
It’s well documented that the Canadian construction industry is facing labour shortages, and it will continue to do so in the foreseeable future.
Construction’s labor pool is getting pinched from both sides by the dual forces of an aging workforce and fewer younger workers pursuing careers in the trades. Simultaneously, the demand for work is seeing all-time highs.
In recent years, researchers have spent countless hours in laboratories taking materials' science to ever greater heights. Check out the 10 building materials we think are poised to change construction and engineering.
The next frontier for this rapidly emerging technology could well be the construction industry, which experts are predicting will lead to fewer jobsite injuries and accidents, and greatly increased efficiency and precision.
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.
While we are definitely seeing a movement of data being put to good use, the construction industry is still hesitant to take the plunge. However, the benefits and insights that big data, predictive analytics, and … about How Data Can Dramatically Transform Your Construction Projects
Here are five 3D printed structures in operation today that offer a glimpse into the future of what the technology is capable of.
With costs and revenue always top of mind, construction businesses should expect big results from their technology investments.
Finding a cost-effective way to overcome inefficiency and waste in your construction project processes does not need to be expensive. Mobile and cloud-based solutions offered on a pay-as-you-go basis can help businesses to add value … about Building Your Technology Stack