The leaders and influencers that are making real change happen in the industry.
The formally trained structural drafter, AutoCAD and BIM pro – and overall experienced industry veteran – sits at the intersection of innovative construction technology and customer adoption and success.
The safety of workers on building sites is paramount. Protective clothing has moved on from basic boots, hard hats and gloves to garments featuring high-spec technology.
Stanley ‘Dirt Monkey’ Genadek is an unlikely internet star, having amassed nearly 1 million YouTube subscribers who tune in to watch him perform and comment on relatively humdrum residential construction projects
Women are making inroads in construction, filling roles across the industry from project managers to architects. Built spoke to Afsheen Ul Haq, a forensic and risk planning manager at BAM, to hear about her path into the sector and the challenges for women in the industry.
The construction veteran, who has worked in myriad roles across the globe for half a century, reflects on her journey as a trailblazer for women in the industry
Breaking into the construction wear industry was not easy for Eve Workwear, but after 12 years, the company is successfully meeting the needs of female construction workers.
While the private sector has been using Bluebeam for several years, the public sector is now getting in on the act. Here’s how the city of Henderson, Nevada, is using the technology.
Johns Thomas Vellikara began his construction career in his native India; now, nearing completion of his master’s degree in the U.S., he’s determined to take the industry to new heights
Erica Cochran Hameen, an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture, sees the potential of her field beyond the built environment
Marc Robillard credits constantly evolving construction technology tools for allowing him and his engineering colleagues to effectively help clients carry out their visionary ideas
Engineers are typically typecast as being reserved pragmatists who like to keep their heads down and focused on the task at hand. This couldn’t be further from the truth for structural engineer turned YouTuber Brendan Hasty
Learn how Multiplex is giving their employees like Grant Sanderson a parental leave scheme that not only supports parents but is also good for business.
The avid social media creator has brought a fresh and newly relevant perspective to connecting construction industry workers with Bluebeam’s evolving suite of technology
Chloe Gharios has a message for women in construction: you belong. And she is fearless in being authentic as an engineer by showing through social media how others can be, too.
Meet the next generation of Queensland innovators combining business success with supporting blue-collar workers across Australia and beyond through construction wear – TradeMutt.