Construction has been somewhat behind on things like technology and remote working. But the COVID-19 pandemic forced the sector to revisit how it did things; now it is embracing fresh ways of working that could lead to gains in productivity and worker well-being.
Carbon tied up in building materials makes up the largest source of construction emissions—but difficulties quantifying it make reducing the industry’s carbon footprint tough
From keeping onsite equipment secure and productive to helping map out land and terrain for projects, Global Positioning System (GPS) technology offers the construction industry a dimension of information that was simply unthinkable a few decades ago.
A zero-emission jobsite, with no fossil fuel consumption, means the construction industry has to create a zero-emission construction fleet. It is not as big a stretch as it initially sounds
Digital plan review software is speeding up the review process for urban planning agencies. Learn how one city cut plan review times with Bluebeam Revu.
Passive construction relies on design principles aimed at attaining high levels of energy efficiency while also creating comfortable indoor living spaces
To create a more desirable future, how should homes, neighborhoods and cities evolve? The SPACE10 Research and Design Lab launched a global competition to find out
Construction has increasingly become a target for cybercriminals; one way to thwart these malicious efforts is to funnel funds through a third party