Construction jobsites are dangerously loud, putting workers’ hearing at risk. Here’s why this safety issue isn’t so easily solved
The leaders and influencers that are making real change happen in the industry.
Property developers deliver our homes, offices and the facilities we regularly use. However, these organizations often gain a reputation for dodgy behaviour, shoddy practices and poor quality. How can the sector ditch its tag of being unethical and embrace better working methods?
It’s imperative that the construction sector is representative of the society it serves
Modern-day artificial intelligence systems, while relatively sophisticated, are nowhere close to replacing what humans do on a construction jobsite, experts say
Women were involved throughout construction of the 1,198-foot St. Regis Chicago, from design to project management to the trades
Women make up barely 10% of the UK’s construction workforce, according to government figures. As part of Women in Construction Week, Built highlights the experience of one woman who joined the industry and has never looked back
The 35-year-old welder is using social media to inspire future generations to enter the trade – and to promote her larger ambitions that aim to help the Black community across industries
Bluebeam is helping stakeholders work collaboratively on some of the biggest infrastructure projects globally and in Australia. Peter Harris, Digital Engineering Lead for Arcadis, shares his team’s experience with the software.
Move over fashion and lifestyle influencers—these builders are also using social media to create online personas that expand their professional networks and grow their construction businesses
These are the essential Revu features this electrician uses on the jobsite for every project
Snohomish County in Washington State and Westminster, Colorado set the standards for electronic plan review using Bluebeam Revu
Employees’ mental well-being has been increasingly linked to productivity and satisfaction, prompting more construction firms to take action on the issue
Kaaron Lee-Wah is an electrician with Zed Electric in Toronto, Ontario. These are the five tools he can’t do his job without. Steelman Pliers “These are great for tying down our electrical conduit and core line,” Lee-Wah said. However, such a tool, when stripped of its insultation, is not to be used with live electricity.…