Companies want people back in offices now that the pandemic is waning, but workers aren’t coming in, leaving architects searching for ways to make the post-pandemic office more appealing
The COVID-19 pandemic spawned a rush to remote work, and now more workers in the industry say they prefer the work style
For the first time since the global COVID-19 pandemic began, construction workers in Australia were told to put down their tools. Now, as workers return to the jobsite with new restrictions and new safety protocols, we look to our North American neighbours to learn from their experience.
From autonomous vehicles to digital collaboration, contractors who aren’t on top of these technologies are going to risk falling behind the rest of the industry
With remote work trending toward a more permanent reality for some companies and workers, a few firms are aiming to capitalise by offering prefabricated tiny backyard work pods
The pandemic hit the construction job market hard. While most of the lost jobs have recovered, an expert breaks down how the pandemic affected some construction jobs more than others
Indoor spaces remain among the riskiest for COVID-19 transmission. And with colder months ahead, building operators are turning to enhanced HVAC systems and outdoor air circulation tactics to thwart the virus’ spread
Facilities teams with access to Bluebeam Revu can efficiently plan, create and communicate workspace reconfigurations – without having to turn to costly outside resources
COVID-19 has hurt the food-service industry, leaving designers focused on the segment searching for a new way forward
Fulton East in Chicago boasts virus-fighting features like hospital-quality air ventilation and foot-activated lifts. Is this the new normal?