Specialty Publishing Media, the custom group that worked with AEM (Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers) to create CONEXPO-CON/AGG Radio, would like to congratulate CONEXPO-CON/AGG Radio for winning the “Best Construction Podcast of 2018” competition from Construction Junkie.
Specialty Publishing Media announces the launch of the new Constructech Tech Finder—a Web-only guide of consultants, apps, equipment, software, hardware, tools, and services, specifically for the construction space.
The construction industry is facing a shortage of skilled and qualified workers, which if not addressed could slow the completion of projects, ultimately increasing costs and impacting jobsite safety. The economic impact could be catastrophic, if something is not done.
Constructech congratulates the construction industry for its vision for innovation. This year saw the greatest number of entries by construction companies for the Constructech Vision Awards entries, with a keen focus on innovation, safety, and improving business.
The construction workforce crisis is far too big for any one entity to address on its own. Enter the Constructech Best Team of the Year Awards, which will celebrate the transformation of the workforce throughout the construction industry as it occurs.
The skilled labor shortage is causing a ripple effect that is impacting every single business across the country. But, technology can help construction companies tap into intelligence to streamline business processes.
In recognition of the innovations that have redefined homebuilding this past year, the editors at Constructech magazine are proud to unveil the Residential Top Products Award winners for 2018. The annual awards acknowledge the latest solutions helping residential construction firms of all sizes.
Tackling a problem on the jobsite is never easy, but Constructech magazine awards the construction teams that have leveraged technology to overcome these challenges.
Construction has seen many changes in recent years, and with that comes the rise of women who are leveraging technology to take the industry in new directions.
Subcontractors need to cater to the needs of both the general contractor and the owner—which often means using multiple disparate systems on different projects. This creates challenges within the company. Construction companies need the right software tools to that have the machine intelligence to capture anomalies.