A new software program aims to take the joint-creation process virtual, allowing users to design connections digitally before uploading them to a router that brings them to life
David Shultz is a freelance journalist based in Santa Barbara, California.
Without the need for long-distance transportation or carbon-intensive production techniques, one research lab is experimenting with local soils that may offer a greener path forward
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
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Construction companies have turned to using biometrics like fingerprints and facial recognition to monitor attendance and for jobsite security. Risk abounds.
Southern California is one of the fastest-warming areas of the U.S., so Los Angeles and other cities are turning to urban forestry as a cooling strategy