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Find the Right ToolsFor residential homebuilders, a number of factors are impacting business. The economic conditions continue to change, a new president will soon enter office, and businesses are lean. But perhaps one of the biggest factors impacting the construction industry is the evolution of technology.
Developers and production homebuilders have seen boom and bust throughout the past decade. Now, the scene is growing more stable and housing starts are increasing.
Connected Truck of the Year 2017
If a working man is only as good as his tools, perhaps the most important tool of all is the one that lugs all the other tools around—the truck. However, in today’s connected world, a pickup truck is more than just a way to transport people, tools, and materials to and from a jobsite. The modern truck can serve as a mobile office for construction workers and jobsite managers who are almost always on the go, conducting crucial business away from the office.
Technology 20 Years in the Making - Are You Ready for 2017?
Much has changed, and yet also much has stayed the same in the last 20 years. In 1998, when Constructech magazine first launched, the coverlines read, “Building Better Communication via the Internet,” “Bringing Computer Technology to the Jobsite,” and “Y2K: Ready or Not.”
New Year, New Technology
Wearables, mobile, AR (augmented reality), VR (virtual reality), BIM (building information modeling): Which will disrupt your construction business in the year ahead?
What’s New in the World of Construction Technology
Are You Building An Elephant in Our Living Rooms?
There it was, right in front of me on my smartphone. As I sat in the neighborhood restaurant looking for their Wi-Fi hotspot, the last thing I expected to see was an open connection to the restaurant’s thermostat.
A New Age for Construction
Times are changing for construction. As with any homebuilder, a new paradigm has emerged, as a younger generation makes its way onto the jobsite.