The construction industry is awash in new, ever-changing technology. This week, we’re exploring ways to help you navigate tech adoption at your organization.
These are the developments that are moving the construction industry forward.
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
Leaders and managers have a specific, hands-on role to play when it comes to managing change, especially with new technology adoption
The COVID-19 pandemic spawned a rush to remote work, and now more workers in the industry say they prefer the work style
A sponsor is someone who supports and promotes a change initiative, and the difference between a good and a bad one can make or break a company’s success
Concern around climate change and a desire to construct more sustainable buildings is driving the construction industry to deliver a built environment that has less impact on the world around it. The increased use of timber in tall buildings is part of this process.
The U.K. government wants net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. But can the country’s construction industry—which currently produces a whopping 40% of those emissions—overhaul the way it works to help achieve this?
Getting workers to adopt new technology or change a process or behavior is never easy, but construction leaders can make it easier with this model
Inflatable structures are paramount in construction. Can origami offer such deployable components new inspiration?
The technology could offer endless advantages to construction firms—if it can overcome critical obstacles
Here’s why more and more construction leaders find that managing with a kinder, empathetic approach makes jobsites more successful
When COVID-19 emerged, building operators quickly turned to improving HVAC systems to combat the virus’ spread, but the connection between air flow and disease transmission traces back at least to the last pandemic
Here’s a look at how Studio Projects in Bluebeam helped promote environmental sustainability in the AEC industry last year