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Deviation Detection Analysis in Construction

Deviation detection overcomes the need for GCPs (ground control points) when aligning design and point-cloud models. Integrated technology can help drive accountability for deviations.

New Academic Center Leverages Precast Concrete

The Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is an independent science and technology-focused, non-profit university in Pennsylvania.

BIM and Drones Work Together

Today, BIM (building information modeling) solutions are being adopted globally to enable greater management and control of construction infrastructure projects.

Building a High-Tech Home

Building a high-tech home comes with its challenges. Builders and architects need to take into account unique requirements for cabling and systems.

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Apply Lessons Learned for Higher Future Profits

Hurrying—it’s an easy trap to fall into for contractors. You rush from job to job without slowing down to take stock of what went right or wrong on the last project. It may seem rather tedious to review the fine details of the project just completed, especially when you’re off and running to the next one.

Why You Should Trade Up to the Cloud Now

You’ve probably heard a few scary tales of contractors nearly losing all of their digital data in a flood or fire. Or maybe your business has had a few close calls with data exposure. While ransomware attacks may seem rare, who wants to risk an entire business on one false click, oversight, or mistake?


Silica Mandate Is Here, Are You Ready?

You’ve all heard it. In fact, I am guessing most of you have it memorized by now: 2.3 million workers are exposed to respirable crystalline silica in their workplaces. This includes 2 million construction workers who drill, cut, crush, or grind. When the deadline rolled on Saturday, September 23 (I still don’t understand why the deadline came on a weekend, perhaps someone can email me about that deadline), construction firms were expected to be ready for the new OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Admin.) mandate.



HR: The Next Generation

Human resources technology is a big component of construction business, and now it is becoming more advanced thanks to new innovations such as AI (artificial intelligence), analytics, and Big Data.

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