More construction firms are finding that offering new worker benefits—or simply communicating existing ones better—is a competitive differentiator in today’s tight labor force
Aeroseal retrofits buildings with an aerosolized duct sealing technology that injects a fog of sealant particles into pressurized spaces and uses physics to pull the particles to the leaks in the ductwork
Making construction more environmentally sustainable is a vital focus for the industry. Here, we look back on Built’s most recent top stories about the industry’s sustainability push
Cities across the globe have experienced urban blight, where districts that have seen a significant downturn in fortunes are abandoned and residential and business properties left vacant. Responding to this change in fortunes is becoming an industry in itself.
The design approach that grew from the slow food movement emphasizes functional and beautiful spaces that prioritize sustainability and an appreciation for nature
In an industry where most projects take years—even decades—to complete, some contractors are in the business of erecting buildings in a matter of weeks
When quantity takeoff workflows are simple and accurate, entire construction projects go more smoothly—here’s how technology can help
Construction companies are using technology to reduce their impact on the environment.
Companies like Alpine Archaeological Consultants are part of a $1 billion industry devoted to cultural resource or heritage management in the construction industry
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