Construction lags other industries when it comes to using new technologies. Might more use of offsite manufacturing techniques to create better quality and faster-delivered elements of a building be the answer?
Deciding what materials a construction project is going to need is critical to ensuring the project can be delivered on time and within budget. Here’s how more public sector organizations are discovering the advantages of using Bluebeam to get quantity and estimate data accurately
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.
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.
The advent of drones has given the construction industry the opportunity to get a unique view of a building project as it rises from the ground
Bluebeam is increasingly being used by public sector organizations. Built spoke to the supervising building inspector for plan reviews for Merced County in California about why his team made the switch to Bluebeam and what the software has done to transform the way his team can respond to the needs of local people
The safety of workers on building sites is paramount. Protective clothing has moved on from basic boots, hard hats and gloves to garments featuring high-spec technology.
Construction companies are using technology to reduce their impact on the environment.
While the private sector has been using Bluebeam for several years, the public sector is now getting in on the act. Here’s how the city of Henderson, Nevada, is using the technology.
Technology has the potential to eliminate redundant work and streamline mundane-yet-critical tasks, easing the burden on construction firms as they face a possible challenging economy ahead.
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?