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.
The construction industry is still facing many challenges. With that being said, 50 technology companies are looking to help commercial and residential contractors repair infrastructure, tackle smart cities, and conquer Big Data.
To honor the solutions setting out to change the course of construction, the editors at Constructech magazine have named the commercial Top Product Award winners for 2017.
As anticipation builds for the first Baseline to Build On event, Constructech magazine is unveiling Constructech TV, a new Web-based streaming video program, educating contractors and builders on the coolest solutions for the office and the jobsite. The Internet-based series will go beyond its media company’s tech-driven publication—now celebrating its 20th anniversary—by providing viewers with tips and techniques on hand tools, safety, and other machinery.
Baseline to Build On Initiative Expands and Prepares for Initial Gathering of Construction Professionals
The call to develop an industrywide standard has been heard, as more construction companies are flocking to echo their support to develop a data-based protocol for commercial and residential organizations.
Constructech Joins Forces with Construction Leaders to Spearhead Initiative to Set New Technology Standard for Industry
The IoT (Internet of Things) is set to offer endless opportunities in infrastructure and construction in the coming years. The challenge is that all these connected devices are changing so swiftly that it is becoming burdensome to create a strategy for how to leverage all this data. This digital transformation is rapidly altering the workforce in the office to the field. To address this vicissitude, Constructech is announcing an initiative, alongside some of the construction industry’s most progressive construction professionals, to develop a data-based protocol for commercial and residential organizations.
As homes become integrated with the latest gadgets and solutions to make life easier and more connected, the same must go for the tools and programs used to design, develop, and ultimately build them.
The pickup truck has become synonymous with construction, but there’s only one model this year that can boast being the most advanced on the jobsite.
Throughout the years, the right hardware has allowed construction workers to do their jobs better.