Chris Gorse, professor of construction engineering and management at Loughborough University, talks about how construction can be more sustainable
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.
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.
Construction companies are using technology to reduce their impact on the environment.
Remote working could leave people feeling disconnected. However, technology may be able to help.
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?
Technology offers a great opportunity to drive better outcomes for public sector construction projects
Working on a job that requires numerous PDF files to be collated into one manageable document? It’s easy with Bluebeam Stapler.
Many businesses in construction have found that remote working can be successful
It is important to remember the lessons gained during lockdown – they offer a route to a more efficient construction industry