8 Construction Trends to Pay Close Attention to in 2019

John Chaney

As 2019 kicks into full gear, the construction industry is in the midst of a fascinating transition, with contractors transforming their operations across the globe to integrate new technologies, ideas and opportunities.

Build Toward Construction Industry Success in 2019

John Chaney

Welcome to 2019. The post Build Toward Construction Industry Success in 2019 appeared first on Viewpoint Surveyor. It’s a new year. It can be new you. You’ve made a list and checked it twice…or not. Sometimes, that list gets messy or doesn’t exist at all. Either way, it’s OK!

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On the Road Again! Announcing Our 2019 Digital Contractor Roadshows

John Chaney

Announcing Our 2019 Digital Contractor Roadshows. This year we are thrilled to announce that we are launching a brand new Digital Contractor Roadshow series for 2019. What to Expect at the Digital Contractor Roadshow 2019: CPE Credits, New Speaker and More Client Panels.

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7 trends that will shape commercial construction in 2019

Construction Dive

Is a trend really a trend if it repeats year after year? Many construction trends are similar to those in years before, but will affect markets in nuanced ways

You Can't Improve Construction Safety from Inside a Filing Cabinet

How mobile technology can mitigate risk, save money, and provide a competitive advantage

5 Top Tech Needs in 2019

Construction Business Owner

Adopt these 5 technologies and secure a leadership position in the construction industry in 2019

AIA 2019 Consensus Forecast: Nonresidential construction spending to rise 4.4%


through 2019, according to a new consensus forecast from The American Institute of Architects (AIA Nonresidential construction spending on buildings is projected to grow by 4.4%

What Industry Issues Will Most Affect Your 2019 Planning?

Construction Business Owner

Construction industry experts weigh in on what issues will most affect their 2019 planning strategy

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String of infrastructure investments underway hints at big 2019

Construction Dive

State and federal initiatives across North America represent some big spends and may help predict what's to come this year

AGC: Contractors expect growth in 2019 amid labor supply worries

Construction Dive

Construction firms will continue to increase wages and benefits as well as invest in training programs for their employees

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2019 outlook: Firms not betting on another record-setting year


Coming off a record-setting year for the nonresidential construction industry (more than $760 billion was spent on new construction and renovation work nationwide last year), AEC firm leaders should be brimming with confidence over the growth potential for their firms heading into 2019.

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Opening Day of AHR 2019 in Atlanta

Contractor Magazine

The first day of AHR 2019 saw impressive crowds, innovative technology, and even a few after parties

Business Facilities LiveXchange Announces 2019 Conference Program

Business Facilities Blog

A dynamic group of speakers will present the Executive Conference Program at the 15th annual Business Facilities LiveXchange, April 7-9, 2019 at the Worthington Renaissance in Fort Worth, Texas. Read: Business Facilities LiveXchange Announces 2019 Conference Program at BusinessFacilities.com.

The TCJA Legislation Driving IRS Code Reform in 2019

Construction Business Owner

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and how it will cause tax reform in 2019

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The Second Day of AHR 2019 in Atlanta; Innovation and Surprises

Contractor Magazine

On the second day of AHR 2019 the crowds remained large, the educational sessions were in full swing, and the after parties were larger than ever

2019 Construction Outlook: Positive but Mixed

Contractor Magazine

Construction employment climbed by 4.9% from October 2017 to October 2018. That growth rate was nearly triple the 1.7% increase in total nonfarm payroll employment

ENR Southeast's 2019 Top Young Professionals

ENR Construction

This year’s class of young leaders represents a diverse group with a wide range of skill sets and leadership skills


ENR Southwest’s 2019 Top Young Professionals

ENR Construction

Project leadership and community involvement fortify the credentials of this year’s class of young leaders


AHR 2019 Session: Value with Hydronic Snow Melting

Contractor Magazine

The Plastic Pipe Institute and Viega team up to sponsor an educational session on the basics of hydronic snow melting systems

Call for entries: 2019 Building Team Awards


Building Design+Construction's Building Team Awards recognize newly built (opened or occupied January 1, 2018 or later) projects that best exemplify the collaboration between owner, architect, engineer, and contractor to produce buildings that exhibit architectural and construction excellence.

Survey Says: Contractors Committed to Tech, Industry Still Faces Hurdles

John Chaney

Now in its seventh year, the annual Construction Technology Report compiled by JBKnowledge is one of the most impressive surveys in the industry, providing the latest trends on everything from construction software, IT budgets and workflows, mobile apps, emerging technologies and more.

Economic Trends to Consider Heading into 2019

Construction Business Owner

This time last year, approaching 2018, the factors posing the greatest barriers to optimism for contractors were political and economic uncertainties, followed by rising material costs and interest rates.

The Third Day of AHR Expo 2019: Winding Down & Saying Good-Bye

Contractor Magazine

On the third day of AHR 2019 the crowds began to thin, but there were still amazing products on display, and fantastic people to meet

New Trucks and Equipment Rolling Out at The Work Truck Show 2019

Contractor Magazine

Ford, FCCC, Freightliner, International, Mack, Mitsubishi, Nissan and Ram plan news

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Federal shutdown threatening some infrastructure projects

Construction Dive

States are holding off on cementing plans for 2019 surface transportation projects since much of their funding has been cut off

Going to AHR 2019? Things to Do and See in Atlanta

Contractor Magazine

Going to the AHR Expo, Jan. 13-16 in Atlanta, GA? Well, you can't spend your whole time on the show floor! If you have a few hours to spare, check out some of the amazing things there are to see and do in the city

Top 5 Online Marketing Trends In 2019 With Actionable Tips For Contractors

Contractor Bookkeeping

Today more than ever, we live in a world where information is accessible at the touch of a button, a few clicks on your keyboard, or even just a voice command. Although it's hard to predict where new technologies will lead us, one thing is for certain - we are now all digitally connected.

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5 Keys to Successfully Launching Technology Change Initiatives

John Chaney

As we evolve our construction organizations, we are trying to do more with less. We want our teams to be more efficient and effective so, we adopt new technology to help make that happen. After a valiant effort to assess […].

The Top Construction Blogs in 2019


PDF This Article. The construction industry is constantly changing and the top construction blogs help to bring you new developments and updates. In many cases, these websites take team of people to run, develop and bring new content.

Contractors See Bright 2019, But Finding Workers Is Still Tough

ENR Construction

AGC-Sage survey says 79% of construction firms expect to add staff but 78% report difficulty hiring qualified people

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AHR 2019 Session: Benefits of Manifold Flow Meters

Contractor Magazine

Different length loops running off a manifold means unequal flow. The solution? Manifold flow meters


hilmor Announces 2019 Fastest Hands in HVAC/R Challenge Winners

Contractor Magazine

Four winners earn bragging rights and free hilmor tools


3 Technologies that Turn Business Challenges Into Advantages

Construction Business Owner

Through digital transformation with these 3 technologies, construct a successful 2019 at your company

Exoskeleton suit allows construction workers to lift 200 lbs

Construction Dive

Sarcos Robotics' Guardian XO Max full-body exoskeleton robotic system is controlled by sensors that respond to human movement within milliseconds

2019 Leaders in HVACR/Hydronics Innovations

Contractor Magazine

Meet some of the technology leaders in the HVACR/Hydronics market and review the technology and new products they're bringing to the market

Making Email Work Better for Construction Projects

John Chaney

Viewpoint partnership with 28Hands brings Mail Manager to Viewpoint For Projects. The post Making Email Work Better for Construction Projects appeared first on Viewpoint Surveyor. Featured News Software United Kingdom construction construction collaboration email

Caltrans awards Granite projects worth $520M

Construction Dive

Granite plans to pursue more than $4 billion of construction manager and general contractor work in 2019, with $1 billion of that in California

Despite NYC's capital, costs could constrain 2019 development

Construction Dive

Rising interest rates, high construction costs and land prices could dampen what has been a robust construction market in New York City for the past few years

Small Projects to Make Your Kitchen Look New

Construction Marketing Blog

Even the most loved and lived-in kitchens can benefit from a sprucing up after just a few years of constant use. Making an older kitchen look new again doesn’t have to be a big budget ordeal. A few carefully chosen DIY home projects can have your kitchen look brand new for a fraction of the cost of a remodel. The projects do not have to be major structural upgrades or big appliance purchases.

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Memphis, Tennessee, saw $1.3B of new construction permits in 2018

Construction Dive

As is trending in many U.S. metros, residents' demand for a live-work-play environment is drawing business and keeping contractors busy