The city’s architectural charm is rooted in both its cherished history as well as its modern innovations
These are the developments that are moving the construction industry forward.
A lab in Stockholm, Sweden, is using nanotechnology to reimagine lighting with a wood composite that’s translucent, load-bearing and an advance in energy efficiency
With remote work trending toward a more permanent reality for some companies and workers, a few firms are aiming to capitalize by offering prefabricated tiny backyard work pods
As concrete’s prevalence continues to pose a danger to the long-term health of the environment, can clay- and soil-based materials serve as a viable option for builders?
Common industry workflows like RFI and quality inspections are given a re-think by students aiming to discover new efficiencies through construction’s digital transformation
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
Nanomaterials are becoming increasingly common in construction, but along with the benefits come risks you should discuss with your suppliers
The general contractor’s pods to integrate in office buildings and other public venues feature temperature checks and socially distanced entry
Fulton East in Chicago boasts virus-fighting features like hospital-quality air ventilation and foot-activated elevators. Is this the new normal?
Most construction professionals engage with their cloud-based applications to work without a second thought—but there’s a large, expansive world behind each click, share and comment
Embracing the impact of new and disruptive technology in the construction industry means also managing the organizational change that comes with it