Leaders and managers have a specific, hands-on role to play when it comes to managing change, especially with new technology adoption
A sponsor is someone who supports and promotes a change initiative, and the difference between a good and a bad one can make or break a company’s success
Deepak Maini, a 20-year qualified mechanical engineer, shares tips and tricks (From 2019)
Getting workers to adopt new technology or change a process or behavior is never easy, but construction leaders can make it easier with this model
Inflatable structures are paramount in construction. Can origami offer such deployable components new inspiration?
Making data permanent in a PDF document is essential in construction—and flattening in Revu is the primary method
The technology could offer endless advantages to construction firms—if it can overcome critical obstacles
Forget the rickety backyard treehouses—these tree-based structures are lavishly designed and come packed with stunning structural and design features
When COVID-19 emerged, building operators quickly turned to improving HVAC systems to combat the virus’ spread, but the connection between air flow and disease transmission traces back at least to the last pandemic
Scientists at MIT are in striking distance of harnessing a clean energy future with nuclear fusion, and the shift promises to demand millions in construction dollars and thousands of new jobs
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced construction companies to adapt, these firms found ways to make more efficient use of existing technology
From autonomous vehicles to digital collaboration, contractors who aren’t on top of these technologies are going to risk falling behind the rest of the industry
The reality capture technology used in pre-construction to model a building has never been more accurate, yet adoption barriers abound
The traditional back-office function isn’t just the unsung hero at Bluebeam—it’s one of the construction technology company’s critical competitive differentiators. Here’s why.