Companies that want to lead, either by design, or by constructing impressive structures, have a true vision of what they want to be at this very moment in time and well into the future, and usually have a vision of how technology will help them get there. Enter the Constructech Vision Awards.
Influencing the use of technology such as AI (artificial intelligence), digital twin, machine learning, BIM, ERP, drones, laser scanning, to name a few, and creating systems and digital transformation to digest data, today’s Women in Construction are agents of change laying the foundation for future generations.
The construction industry has adopted new methods and leveraged technology to forge ahead in a new working world. Constructech announced the 2020 Vision Awards winners, which have recognized a challenge that exists in the industry and solved it using innovative solutions, at a virtual celebration held on November 13.
Last Thursday, November 12, Constructech awarded the recipients of its sixth annual Women in Construction awards, sponsored by Compass Datacenters. What a night to celebrate the growth of women in the industry—from a stagnant 9% to 10.3% in 2019, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Every great visionary finds inspiration in the ability to create opportunities by developing something out of a blank canvas. The future is all about reimaging and rebuilding new spaces and leveraging technology to make cities and communities better for its occupants.
Constructech is pleased to announce Microsoft’s Sam George, Corporate VP of Azure IoT, as its keynote speaker at the annual Technology Days Conference, being held virtually and in person November 12-13.
Geoffrey Kasselman, SIOR, LEED AP, partner & SVP, workplace strategy, CRG/Clayco, has joined the lineup of acclaimed speakers at the National Constructech Technology Days Conference, November 12-13, which will be held virtually and in person from MxD in Chicago, IL.
Latency and disruption in any supply chain can create havoc and delays. Complexities and dynamics on any construction jobsite compound the impacts of poorly executed supply-chain processes.
Innovation is at work in the construction industry. Today, Constructech announces the 2020 Vision Awards Finalists.
During the past few years, we have seen a revolution in resiliency within the construction industry. Historically plagued by environmental concerns, low productivity growth, and a poor safety record, professionals in the built environment are leading this revolution by shifting to an industrialized approach. Moving toward a “product-led” approach, and away from a “project-centric” mindset, is helping elevate the industry beyond its traditional, analog operations to improve productivity, boost safety, reduce waste, and deliver quality projects within schedule.