Construction is necessarily a cautious and conservative industry. It designs, delivers, and maintains facilities upon which lives often depend. So, the logic suggests, its businesses and people must take a responsible and pragmatic approach to the risks involved (though there are some commentators who say it is damagingly over-conservative).
These days it seems so-called “smart” technology is everywhere you look. The Internet of Things has ushered in an era where we have the ability to ... Read More
A clearer picture is emerging of the types of technologies that are rising to the top in construction. Much of today’s most talked about and sought... Read More
December 17, 2018
A 2018 survey of construction industry professionals showed that 87% of those surveyed embrace the model of cloud-based CMS. Construction managemen... Read More
Procore's Inspections Tool helps Zwick Construction manage and improve their construction quality performance processes with the power to track fre... Read More
Up-and-coming technological innovations are always a good way for entire industries to improve daily operations and boost performance rates for emp... Read More
The Procore Construction Health Indicator is how we take a daily pulse of the construction industry. We pull together tons of economic data from ev... Read More
Monitor your job site...from the comfort of your bed.
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We believe in the power of teamwork. Our Innovation Labs are your chance to work with Procore and build the next generation of our products. Throug... Read More
Technology’s rate of change can seem dizzying. But rather than adopting an “any port in a storm” approach to buying software, using a few key crite... Read More
Recent international news highlights the increasing global interest in construction robotics. Skanska UK snagged a grant from the UK government to ... Read More
Many setbacks on construction projects are caused by materials delays. Whether it’s because they are required but not purchased, or in the wrong qu... Read More
First there was suburban sprawl (i.e., the spread of residential, commercial, and industrial properties beyond city centers) and now there’s the si... Read More
Construction firms are unable to create any type of structure without first having detailed and intricate drawings in place. These blueprints guide... Read More