Marking up documents is much more efficient when users can store and organize pre-drawn objects and other icons for later use
Forget the rickety backyard treehouses—these tree-based structures are lavishly designed and come packed with stunning structural and design features (from 2021)
Co-funded by the Australian government, Building 4.0 CRC says it can help construction overcome its persistent problems through a new approach to research-based industry innovation
Marc Robillard credits constantly evolving construction technology tools for allowing him and his engineering colleagues to effectively help clients carry out their visionary ideas
Artificial intelligence is finally finding its footing as a powerful augmentation to human ingenuity. Here’s how the technology has progressed in construction—and where it could be headed
The benefits of adopting a digital collaboration system have become increasingly evident in the post-COVID world. Here’s what construction leaders need to know before initiating the transformation
As the construction industry becomes more digital, here’s what leaders can do to have the right protocols in place to ensure critical document and project data remains secure
Sensors, laser scanning and other tools that collect jobsite data are evolving rapidly, enabling construction industry leaders to optimize jobsite safety and productivity
Bluebeam’s tool for real-time collaboration, Studio Sessions, and its tool for document storage, Studio Projects, are both invaluable to any construction project, but there are particular ways to use each—and both together—for optimal productivity
Cybercriminals are increasingly on the prowl for vulnerable corporate targets—here’s why industry leaders need to understand the rising need for construction cybersecurity.
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
The construction industry lags many other sectors when it comes to adopting technology. Could robotics be the answer to the sector’s skill shortage and help deliver faster, better-quality buildings?