The 2008 recession burned a lot of construction and building companies and made them become more financially disciplined. This discipline, however, is being challenged by improving market conditions. Since improving economies present high financial risks, it is more important...
While companies have been slow to embrace the possibilities of off-site construction, we investigate what they, and the sector as a whole, stand to gain from this new trend, as well as the potential challenges.
Construction billing is complicated and unwieldy. But at least it’s an equal opportunity pain-in-the-neck. Your competitors have to deal with it too. If you are struggling with your billing processes, the bad news part is that you're facing a significant issue that's...
Will the construction industry embrace drones and robotic devices at the jobsite? There are a number of new systems coming to market to consider. One example comes from Drones Robotics, which will perform various chores; mainly those that are difficult for humans due to...
Northwest Indiana's union construction industry has nearly 15 times fewer accidents than the national rate, a new study found. The Northwest Indiana Business Roundtable looked at data compiled from 40 region construction companies...
Current construction costs rose for the 30th consecutive month in July according to IHS and the Procurement Executives Group. The headline current IHS PEG Engineering and Construction Cost Index registered 55.9 percent...
Armstrong has expanded its line of Serpentina® three-dimensional metal ceiling systems to include indoor pool applications. Available in 14 colors and 13 perforation options, new Serpentina for Pools offers a wide variety...
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