We’re hearing lots about advances in construction and building design technology, but much of them are still in their infancy. So what are the pros actually using?
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There is a plethora of roles of professionals in the architecture, engineering and construction industries as well as in commercial real estate, and it can be tough for the outsider looking in to determine who does what.
Wearable technology for construction professionals looks to help the industry make some leaps in terms of productivity and safety.
The building design, construction and urban planning, and property management sectors are using digital twins to their advantage.
With a well-known labor shortage and retirements looming, the construction industry needs to attract more young people. Recruitment and retention have been a struggle.
With the Tokyo Olympics set to start next week, there are a host of logistical issues, including construction and infrastructure challenges, that accompany such a massive event.
With more spacecraft on Mars than any other planet that isn’t earth, it’s safe to say humanity’s curiosity with the red planet isn’t going away anytime soon. So, what could construction on Mars look like?
While massive overhauls and adaptive reuse projects are often the most newsworthy, restoration measures and energy retrofits can go a long way for existing buildings.
In efforts to ramp up efficiency, reduce waste, and address skilled labor shortages, industrialized construction may be the answer. This approach shifts on-site work away from the jobsite where building components are produced in a factory off-site and shipped to the jobsite.