Construction jobsites are dangerously loud, putting workers’ hearing at risk. Here’s why this safety issue isn’t so easily solved
The leaders and influencers that are making real change happen in the industry.
COVID has made businesses adapt to remote work, creating challenges regarding workplace culture and performance. Understanding these and implementing ways to maintain and build collaboration, motivation and productivity can have lasting positive results.
Women were involved throughout the construction of the 365-metre St. Regis Chicago, from design to project management to the trades
Building diversity in the construction industry isn’t simply about being “politically correct” — it’s smarter business in the longer term.
Move over fashion and lifestyle influencers – these builders are also using social media to create online personas that expand their professional networks and grow their construction businesses
These are the essential Revu features this electrician uses on the jobsite for every project
Employees’ mental well-being has been increasingly linked to productivity and satisfaction, prompting more construction firms to take action on the issue
Bluebeam is helping stakeholders work collaboratively on some of the biggest infrastructure projects globally and in Australia. Peter Harris, Digital Engineering Lead for Arcadis, shares his team’s experience with the software.
The leader of the Sydney Bluebeam User Group demonstrates how overseeing the Australian user community has deepened his use of Revu
Hope Renovations provides training for underemployed women – and its graduates are already landing jobs with builders and remodelers
Change agility determines how quickly someone can adjust and adapt to new challenges. Here’s why it’s a useful tool when it comes to adopting technology in construction
The COVID-19 pandemic spawned a rush to remote work, and now more workers in the industry say they prefer the work style