This webinar will discuss the impact of virtual reality tools on construction and how a rapid proliferation of multi-player collaboration environments for process planning will optimize design, sequencing, coordination and safety planning.
During this webinar, ENR will chat with beta testers and early adopters to find out what’s available in the way of wearable technologies for the jobsite of today, and what’s in store for the jobsite of tomorrow.
During this webinar, a professional litigator offers her perspective on the risk pitfalls that derail most construction projects. She’ll discuss do’s and don’ts from her experience counseling and representing engineers to resolve disputes during the project, before litigation, and in litigation.
In this webinar, ENR will sit down with industry experts to hear about best practices for identifying, tracking and mitigating risk, and their predictions for where risk management practices are headed in the future.
Setting process goals and expectations collaboratively with the project team at the outset of the work will help set the tone for the teamwork ahead and that the correct communications & document management resources are in place to support expectations. ENR will chat with three project managers about setting up at the outset, with the end in mind.
Our panel of forward thinkers discuss the future direction of immersion through gaming, VR, AR and mixed-reality in construction, including how it is inspiring next generations of architects, engineers, builders and craftworkers to change the way they approach their work.
How did state DOTs like Missouri, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts successfully bundle dozens to hundreds of bridges into rapid-replacement programs? This webinar will feature answers from project officials who were involved in executing this crucial type of project delivery.
Gary Tulacz, ENR’s Senior Editor and manager of the ENR Top Lists for the past 20+ years, will moderate a panel of executives from the largest specialty contracting firms as they discuss the results of the 2016 Top 600 survey and opportunities for future business.
Because it can moderate the damaging effects of earthquakes, base-isolation is a technique used primarily in seismically active regions. ENR takes a look at some of the largest applications of base-isolation technologies in the world.