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Artificial intelligence: The future of construction


According to McKinsey, AI is the next frontier for construction technology. Without a doubt, the construction industry has still a long way to go before we can claim with confidence that artificial intelligence solutions have been properly implemented in the sector. The good news is that construction is an industry with tremendous potential. The total. ConTech AI experts Artificial Intelligence construction software Construction technology

How to Repair Active Cracks in Concrete?

The Constructor

Active cracks in concrete are live cracks which expand in length, width, and depth over time. These cracks are formed due to overloading and thermal.

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Forget the Big Bang - it's the big offsite construction boom that deserves your attention

Construction Dive

The once silo-driven construction industry is vertically integrating discipline, process and production and its customers only stand to benefit

How to measure superimposed loads on a column

Construction Cost Estimating

The objective of a column is to withstand axial and lateral forces and transmit them securely to the footings in the ground. In this exclusive article, you will learn how to work out the superimposed loads on a column in a structure with some easy-to-follow steps.

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

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

Incorporate These 4 Video Trends into Your 2019 Marketing Efforts

Construction Marketing Blog

Video content has taken its rightful place in construction companies’ strategic marketing conversations. It provides a powerful way to communicate your brand, share your story, and build relationships through sight, sound and motion.

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Cover Story: Virginia Is Business Facilities’ 2018 State Of The Year

Business Facilities

Virginia may be for lovers, but these days the Commonwealth also is getting a ton of love from emerging high-tech growth sectors and businesses looking for the perfect corporate HQ site. Read: Cover Story: Virginia Is Business Facilities’ 2018 State Of The Year at

Developer to convert Texas mall into $1B mixed-use complex

Construction Dive

Vacant shopping malls such as the Collin Creek Mall in Plano, casualties of the online shopping trend, are ripe for conversion to a variety of uses

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Smart buildings take hold: 8 ways smart tech is transforming commercial buildings


Buoyed by a surge of high-tech innovations and several years of robust U.S. construction markets, AEC teams are working on ideas for “smart buildings.” Since the mid-1980s, a new generation of products, technologies, and analytical tools has transformed the building landscape.

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How Interstate Electrical Services Became a Leader in Lean Construction


Editor’s note: The following blog post is an article by one of our clients, Billerica, Mass.-based based Interstate Electrical Services. The article originally ran in Construction Dive on Feb. 12 and is being re-run here with permission from both Interstate Electrical Services and Construction Dive. This is an excellent piece that gets to the heart of managing data in the construction industry.

KF Aerospace Investing $23M In Ontario Expansion

Business Facilities

The expanded aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul facility at John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (YHM) will create more than 275 new jobs. . Read: KF Aerospace Investing $23M In Ontario Expansion at

VR forklift training removes risks, reduces costs

Construction Dive

The software transports trainees to a "simulated work setting," which can be useful for other heavy construction equipment training scenarios as well

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Construction Junkie blog: It keeps getting better

Construction Marketing Ideas

The Construction Junkie blog has been a worthy finalist in recent Best Construction Blog competitions. This year blogger Shane Hedmond has truly improved an already excellent blog with some innovative ideas combined with consistently relevant posts.


Strong start to 2019 for architecture billings


Starting the year on a strong note, architecture firm billings growth strengthened in January to a level not seen in the previous 12 months, according to a new report released today from The American Institute of Architects (AIA). AIA’s Architecture Billings Index (ABI) score for January was 55.3,

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Top Utilities: Power Players For Development

Business Facilities

Size counts, but when it comes to making our picks for forward-thinking utilities, so do smart grids, renewable energy and a seat at the table when economic development deals are negotiated. Read: Top Utilities: Power Players For Development at

3 suffer fall injuries on $2.3B I-4 Ultimate project

Construction Dive

In addition, since 2016, four workers have died working on the 21-mile expansion of Interstate 4 through Orlando, Florida, including one on Feb.

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Construction Bookkeeping And Accounting - Expectation Vs Reality

Contractor Bookkeeping

Construction Bookkeeping is something you need to understand first, then learn. Over the years, hundreds of people have told us how easy QuickBooks is to use and how hard QuickBooks For Contractors is to use, and that is so true.

Chicago Cubs Set to Begin Fifth Spring Training at Sloan Park

Contractor Magazine

Sloan Park now features redesigned Optima sensor faucets

Andronaco Industries Relocating New Subsidiary To Michigan

Business Facilities

The expansion of Conley Composites to Kentwood, MI will result in the creation of 64 new jobs and a capital investment of $3.3 million. Read: Andronaco Industries Relocating New Subsidiary To Michigan at

Work starts on 14-mile stretch of border wall in California

Construction Dive

SLSCO will replace steel mesh near San Diego with a 30-foot-tall steel bollard system in a $101 million federal contract

Construction Analytics: A blog that takes readers far deeper than the survey headlines

Construction Marketing Ideas

Ed Zarenski‘s blog: Construction Analytics: Economics Beyond the Headlines takes a serious look behind the curtain at construction market and price surveys and data. This isn’t light reading, and certainly isn’t superficial.


A new hospital in Qatar reflects local culture in its design


This spring, the 1-million-sf Sidra Medical and Research Center in Doha, Qatar, is scheduled to launch a purpose-built clinic with in vitro fertilization services for reproductive consultation.

5 Ways to Eliminate Waste with a Constructible Process

Construction Business Owner

Waste is all too common on construction projects today. That waste is not only bad for the environment, it also cuts into budgets and diminishes a project’s overall return

$12B Texas bullet train construction could start this year

Construction Dive

Texas Central Partners is pressing on with the Dallas-to-Houston line and will appeal a court ruling that denied it railroad designation and land rights

Aetna’s North Carolina Expansion Will Create 300 New Jobs

Business Facilities

The health insurance company will invest approximately $2.5 million to upgrade its facilities and equipment in High Point, NC. Read: Aetna’s North Carolina Expansion Will Create 300 New Jobs at

Mack Defense Readies Granites for Army Testing

Construction Equipment

Mack Defense is building five Granite-based heavy dump trucks (HDT) for testing by the U.S. The Production Vehicle Testing is part of its $296 million contract for armored and armor-capable HDTs, named M917A3, according to the company. The 40-week durability testing will occur at the Army’s

TASBO Best Value Construction Services Procurement and Delivery

Job Order Contracting

TASBO Best Value Construction Service Procurement and Delivery Learn @ Booth #414. School business officials, visit us at Booth # 414 to learn about our BEST VALUE Construction Services Procurement and Project Delivery solution.

Strategic hire, new plant tee Skender up for maximum tech efficiencies

Construction Dive

CEO Mark Skender and CTO Stacy Scopano, who comes from Skanska, share their strategy for improved data flow in the design, engineering and production of modular buildings

Multifamily Housing Production to Start Leveling Off

Contractor Magazine

Production levels are expected to moderate somewhat in 2019 and will stabilize in a range that that is considered normal

Hospitals not making much progress in reducing their carbon footprint


Hospitals have been unable to reduce their carbon footprint over the past 20 years, according to Grumman/Butkus Associates (G/BA


Lean in Action: Small Timeframe, Big Project Plan

PC Construction Blog

The challenge: Take the third floor Intensive Care Unit at the Central Vermont Medical Center, relocate all the staff and patients in the unit to other areas of the hospital, renovate the entire 14-bed unit. All Health Care & Life Sciences Projects Technology & Innovation

Katerra to license process, market software and building components

Construction Dive

The firm's launches last week included a proprietary software that integrates and employs data gathered across a building’s supply chain and construction

Design and Construction Week Draws Over 100,000 Attendees

Contractor Magazine

International Builders' Show draws largest crowd in 10 years

Job Order Contracting - Untitled Article

Job Order Contracting

Public Sector Facilities Stewardship & Fiduciary Responsibility We know you can’t currently fully accomplish the above. Isn’t it time you did?