Constructech Winter 2020
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    Top Products 2020 - Winter 2020
    January 7, 2020
    Top Products 2020: For the New Decade Much has changed since the original Constructech Top Products launched more than 10 years ago. Perhaps the biggest change worth noting is that the technology itself has evolved, rather quickly too.
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    Take-Offs - Winter 2020
    January 7, 2020
    Smart is, perhaps, a word being overused in today’s technology marketplace. Everything with a digital processor and a way to connect to the internet is considered “smart.” We have multiple smartphones, watches, tablets, and other gizmos clogging the Wi-Fi in our smart homes.
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    Outlook - Winter 2020
    January 7, 2020
    The Future of Construction Work and Workers Technology has been in the forefront of the changes in construction for the millennium.
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    Guest Column - Winter 2020
    January 7, 2020
    The Kids May Be Alright In our industry we have to be ever present of the hazards that surround us.
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    From the Owner - Winter 2020
    January 7, 2020
    Transition and Patient Day One Now that our hospital is advancing to patient day-one, activation is complete, and we’ve received licensing.
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    Firsts and Seconds - Winter 2020
    January 7, 2020
    2020 Brings the Tech Take a moment to consider this question: If you could focus on improving one thing this year—a process, a leadership trait, a business goal, anything—what would that one thing be?
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    Ethics and AI - Winter 2020
    January 7, 2020
    Ethics and Artificial Intelligence in Construction Researchers are asking and seeking answers to AI’s most complicated questions.
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    The Construction Report - Winter 2020
    January 7, 2020
    Trends and Concerns:2020 and Beyond The industry is susceptible to changes in regulations at every level of government, to the economy in general, and even more to influencers in social media, just to name a few modern-day issues. Some concerns appear annually—skilled labor shortages, for example—while others come about due to emerging technology or technology that finally enters the construction space. This year, we are seeing five broad areas where trends cross over lines that used to demark boundaries between positive and negative. As 2020 ushers in a new decade, let’s take a quick look at the trends, concerns, and opportunities for the construction industry.