From 3D intelligence to AI and supply chains and jobsite logistics, tomorrow’s construction worker needs to be equipped with these skills—and more—to thrive in the industry
These are the developments that are moving the construction industry forward.
Say what now? That’s right—most would agree that mushrooms sauteed with onions atop anything is delicious. It turns out the ingredient may also be a game-changer as a building material that also helps reduce construction waste
Some construction firms are well down the path toward a technologically enhanced future, with robots, drones, cloud-based resources and acres of software. But others have work to do. So what should they be thinking about?
Despite the temptation to implement a new technology quickly, it’s important that there are practices in place to ensure the tool is evolving in the long run
University of Virginia researchers have proven that 3D printing geometrically complex structures made of soil and seeds is possible, spotlighting a critical innovation in the quest to make construction more environmentally sustainable
Enterprise construction firms may have some competitive advantages over their smaller peers—but the ability to profit from using ever-powerful construction technology is an area where smaller firms may hold an edge
Construction leaders should be thoughtful and deliberate when choosing and implementing a new technology or workflow. This process will give them peace of mind that they did it right
A new era of digital collaboration has arrived in construction. Here’s how companies can optimize these new capabilities
Forget the rickety backyard treehouses—these tree-based structures are lavishly designed and come packed with stunning structural and design features (from 2021)
Co-funded by the Australian government, Building 4.0 CRC says it can help construction overcome its persistent problems through a new approach to research-based industry innovation
Marc Robillard credits constantly evolving construction technology tools for allowing him and his engineering colleagues to effectively help clients carry out their visionary ideas
Artificial intelligence is finally finding its footing as a powerful augmentation to human ingenuity. Here’s how the technology has progressed in construction—and where it could be headed