This four-part series explores the true nature of innovation in construction and why it may not always play out as expected
MacRebur has designed a way to use plastics polluting oceans and landfills to build roads, parking lots and driveways
Construction companies have turned to using biometrics like fingerprints and facial recognition to monitor attendance and for jobsite security. Risk abounds.
These considerations will go a long way toward evaluating which new technologies are adding value and which are not
Are you getting the most out of project data capture?
Bluebeam’s Joe Williams and The B1M’s Fred Mills explain how digital collaboration is physically change jobsites
As technology becomes a bigger part of construction firms’ operations, so does the job of ‘construction technologist’
With many employees suddenly working remote in light of COVID-19, an IT expert explains how firms can ensure their data remains secure
When it comes to learning and using construction technology, there is often a disconnect between the classroom and the real world
A recent Bluebeam-led roundtable discussion addresses the biggest barriers facing true digital progress in the construction industry
The Irish specialist contractor enhanced the speed of its estimation process with Revu, bolstering and broadening its business to new heights