Construction's Image Crisis

How and Why to Bring Construction into 2017.

Construction Tech

May 30, 2017

What Happens When Tech Enters Construction?

In the first part of our series looking at construction’s image problem, we’re going to explore why construction is ripe for disruption and what that will look like.


May 3, 2017

Construction Drone Buying Guide

Whether you are buying your first drone, or looking to grow your current fleet, we outline ...

April 17, 2017

The Top 5 Construction Software Platforms

The construction software market is jam-packed with options for every possible task on a ...

April 5, 2017

How to Get Started with Drones in Construction

We’ve got five simple steps to getting started with construction drones. You’ll scale drones to ...


Construction Management

June 15, 2017

Why Construction Needs Collaboration

Construction does plenty of sharing with technology, but they often fail to collaborate. What does this mean? There are three straightforward steps to follow to ensure you aren't making this critical mistake.


June 7, 2017

How to Rebuild Construction's Image

By making construction appeal to bright, young talent, the industry can boost its...

May 12, 2017

Construction Productivity: Addressing the Industry's Largest Problem

The construction industry works hard. But, for all the labor that goes into building the modern ...

April 12, 2017

5 Steps to Streamline Construction Communication

Do you want your builds done under budget and ahead of schedule? It won’t happen without ...



Construction News

April 30, 2017

California Construction Wages Sink Below 1970s Levels

A recent report by the LA Times highlighted the fact that after adjusting for inflation, today’s construction workers make $5/hour less than they did in the 1970s.


April 28, 2017

Three Men Rob Construction Site in Broad Daylight

A Miami contractor is feeling the loss of $20,000 worth of equipment after a bold daylight robbery occurred on one of their sites.



June 22, 2017

Construction Career Guide

With 44.2 million Americans struggling to pay over $1.44 trillion in student debt, more young people are looking for a way to enter the job market without taking loans. The days of going to college straight out of high school are starting to change, and with good reason.


April 24, 2017

Construction Workers Honored after Saving Woman from House Fire

A construction crew building an apartment complex in a residential area of Firestone, CO, initially thought they had caused a disastrous accident on their site.

April 25, 2017

Construction Crew Finds Hundreds of Potentially Explosive Cannonballs

A construction crew stumbled across a potentially explosive find while excavating the site of a future apartment complex.