Commercial

Commercial2016-10-26T08:21:34+00:00

Digital Water: What It Means for Construction

The IoT (Internet of Things) has proliferated many aspects of personal and professionals lives. The trend is moving into our infrastructure, with a new report suggesting that data has “woven itself into the central fabric of the water economy.”

6/11/2019|

Deep Foundation System

Morris-Shea recently installed deep foundation piles for the construction of the new EGGER Wood Products plant in Linwood, N.C. The team redesigned the initial foundation from H-piles to Morris-Shea’s DeWaal Drilled Displacement Pile System.

6/3/2019|

The Age of Robotics and AI in Construction

We are entering the era of robotics and AI (artificial intelligence), where machines can help make decisions about work being done on construction jobsites, while also taking some of the back-breaking tasks off workers. A historically labor-intensive industry, robotics offer an opportunity to help automate projects and heighten productivity.

5/21/2019|

Autonomous Mining

For years, the concept of an autonomous jobsite has been forecasted, with the advent of autonomous construction equipment and driverless vehicles driving the discussion even further. Now—especially on mining sites—that concept is starting to become a reality.

5/7/2019|

Integrated ERP for Construction

The heart of any construction project is the data. It gives insights into project operations and financials. It is the lifeblood for ensuring projects are complete on time and on budget. Technology companies recognize this and continue to create partnerships that will help contractors tap into that data.

4/16/2019|

The Evolution of ERP in Construction

The numbers are well cited: 69% of construction organizations are manually re-entering data from application to application. The lack of standards and integration among technology systems in the construction industry have hampered adoption of software in the past.

4/9/2019|