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By Justine Diaz
April 6, 2017
Construction spending rebounded in February, as builders took advantage of the warm weather to put up more houses. Find out which markets posted the biggest gains…
The Bloomberg initiative comes amid increased investment in gathering data from cities in real time to inform future design and planning decisions. I bet you’re wondering, what are the criteria?
The buyers of today have high expectations. Add issues of rising cost inflation to this and it is clear that change in real estate construction practices is the need of the hour.
After four years of digging, and being busted for a while, the 57-foot tunneling machine broke through the end wall on Tuesday to complete her long trek beneath Seattle, Washington. The view inside the pit where she emerged was nothing short of dramatic.
Heroes can be anyone—ordinary people who do extraordinary things to help save lives, like three construction workers who sprang into action and rescued a drowning child.
Smart-home technology is gaining ground within the industry as more builders turn to it as a sales point. Still, homeowners aren't as quick to adopt it as a must-have home system. What can you do to use this to your advantage?
Cranes are littering the skies in the Mile-High City as the noise of jackhammers fill the air and lots with “Coming Soon” banners fill the streets. Will this record growth last?
A seven-ton I-beam fell onto a construction worker at a Queens job site Wednesday, seriously injuring him. Without the proper precautions it could have been much, much worse...
“Never in my life, or in the 20-some years that I’ve been doing this, have I seen anything like it,” said one worker. Everybody is doing what they can to mitigate this risk. Are you?
Tom Furlong, VP of Infrastructure at Facebook says “Our project goes beyond just economic impact. We want to do what we can to help the Papillion community continue to thrive, and we look forward to being part of the community.” Here’s how they plan to do that….
Weekly Grind: Innovations, Opportunities, and Jobs Well Done
That master strategist Sun Tzu knew a thing or two about out-thinking the competition. Turns out his focus on strategy over strength can be applied to gaining an edge in the construction industry. ... Read More
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As an architectural statement, the campus is a monument both to Apple’s corporate success and centrality to the global tech culture. At 176 acres, ... Read More
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"Some of the cool things that we're doing on job sites today are with Rovers and the alive platform. Alive is that software platform that glues to... Read More
The National Association of Women in Construction has a new executive vice president. This change marks a “brand new day and brand new way” for the... Read More
Every construction business owner can learn a lot from competitors. But merely copying them won't do. You will just always stay one step behind. So... Read More
We've selected eight women from all walks of life to ask them one common question: what advice would you give women who want to enter the construct... Read More