Leaders and managers have a specific, hands-on role to play when it comes to managing change, especially with new technology adoption
The leaders and influencers that are making real change happen in the industry.
Construction workers rely on several essential tools to get the job done. Here, a structural engineer shares the items she can’t live without on the job
The construction trades remain largely male-dominated, but these two tradeswomen offer an inspiring example of how to persevere despite lingering challenges
Getting workers to adopt new technology or change a process or behaviour is never easy, but construction leaders can make it easier with this model
An earthquake motivated Chimaelle Goureige to dedicate a career to building, but the young project engineer is now giving back by encouraging young women hesitant about joining the industry
Relationships are critical in every profession, but having a formal mentorship program is one way construction companies can level up their workforces
The head of the Dallas Bluebeam User Group shows how leading the tight-knit community has helped deepen his use of Revu and other industry technology
A.L. Hu wants a more inclusive architecture industry, and they’re fearlessly working to ensure the industry changes for the better
23 June is International Women in Engineering Day. The day highlights the talents of female engineers and also throws light on engineering as a potential career path for those young women who want to work in the sector but think it might be an exclusively male world.
Bluebeam celebrates the achievements of the Black community in AEC on the day honouring emancipation
Construction workers rely on several essential tools to get the job done. Here, a construction technology manager shares the items he can’t live without on the job
The first non-family-member CEO of the 84-year-old contractor shares why she got into construction, the biggest issues facing the industry and the best advice she’s ever received