Firsts and Seconds Beyond the Year of the Data Breach The Construction Report What’s New in the World of Construction Technology Take-Offs 3D Printing at Sundt and
Dubbed by some as the year of the data breach, 2015 was a wakeup call for contractors.
3D Printing at Sundt In the construction industry, 3D printing, is on the verge of explosive growth due in part to the desire to reduce labor costs, increase production quality, and keep workplaces sa
The construction industry of today is fundamentally different from the one of even a few years ago. The intersection of an aging workforce, increasing market demands, and a learning curve for new tech
Beijing’s new airport is projected to handle approximately 72 million travelers, two million tons of shipping, and 620,000 flights by the year 2025.
With the changing market conditions, an election coming up at the end of the year, and the ongoing need to build more complex projects, commercial contractors have a confluence of challenges to overcome.
Construction company uses tech to keep up with high demand.
Keeping hackers at bay by building a strong foundation all the way to the jobsite.
Technology in the construction industry is changing rapidly—and one area that might not be quite as apparent as others is the technology embedded in infrastructure and the advent of AVs (autonomous vehicles).
Applications, benefits, and capacities of drones in the construction industry; the opportunities are there today.