The Swedish city’s ongoing megaprojects are a transformation built with innovative construction technology
Profiles of some of the leading projects in the vertical and horizontal built environments.
Recession risk, labor shortages and a possible flurry of government investment appear likely to keep construction firms on their toes heading into a new year
The city’s department for reviewing plan documents was stuck in a slow and siloed system for communicating corrections—until Bluebeam transformed it forever
Given the level of carbon emissions construction generates, the industry knows it has to smarten up its environmental act. Part of the sector’s response will be to embrace more green construction materials, while some, like timber, have been a part of the industry for centuries.
Forget the rickety backyard treehouses—these tree-based structures are lavishly designed and come packed with stunning structural and design features (from 2021)
Plastic is a dirty word among those who are concerned about its impact on the environment. However, in construction, plastic is playing an increasingly important role in helping deliver pipes, cabling, roofing products and other elements that make up the built environment.
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
Major investments in infrastructure and energy in the years ahead mean lucrative opportunities for construction firms. But the industry faces a major worker shortage that will require purposeful actions to reverse
The recently completed UK mass rail project was the result of a carefully crafted design vision that took into account almost every aspect of the passenger experience
With centuries of history behind it, Denmark’s capital city showcases some of the most iconic architectural structures in the world
California’s ‘Broadband for All’ Effort Showcases Construction’s Role in Expanding Critical Internet Access
The world is increasingly online, thanks to technological progress but also a pandemic that spurred an enhanced reliance on internet connectivity. California aims to be a leader in making such connectivity more easily accessible to all—and construction is set to play a critical role