A Stanford University think tank that focuses on research to improve the design, building and operation of sustainable facilities through use of virtual design and construction highlighted the importance of capturing metrics during its annual “summer session” conference in mid-September.
Social media, mobile devices, apps and drones are finding new roles helping stakeholders—such as construction companies and their personnel and jobsites—who have assets at risk when they confront shifting disasters, such as hurricanes and wildfires.
In a major step toward providing a common set of equipment data across mixed fleets, the telematics standard, which is being developed jointly by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers and the Association of Equipment Management Professionals, received approval on July 21 from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as a global standard.
In Coatesville, Pa., a depressed, rust-belt town about 40 miles west of Philadelphia with a population of 13,100, the city manager and the town’s consulting engineers are using 3D reality capture to help prospective developers see a diamond in the rough.
To help remote communities and developing nations adopt sustainable energy infrastructure, Oregon State University researchers recently released an open-source, small-scale hydropower assessment modeling package.
This webinar will explore how technology is enabling AEC firms to embrace a digital workplace to manage complex challenges and customer demands with total accountability, transparency and real-time decision-making.
This is a webinar for project managers who'd like to liberate themselves from administrative overload! Instead of tips and tricks, this event takes a case study approach to illustrate better, more integrated processes.
In this webinar, ENR will host a discussion among panelists who’ve taken construction project management to the cloud to find out how they got there, and what they learned about making the right choices along the way.
During this webinar, industry practitioners will share how their project workflows are integrating new capabilities for information exchange with data-rich construction models to reduce risk, increase productivity and improve real-time decisions.
Streamed LIVE from FutureTech 2016 | This webinar chats with a panel of design, construction and academic experts that will present on recommendations for successfully navigating this period of transformative change.
During this webinar, attendees will compare how new experts using IoT are providing live, streaming data to quickly improve workflow, and discover new ways to tap into efficient data exchange from job site to job office, anywhere in the world.
This webinar will provide both objective measures that contractors can use to measure IT efficiency and effectiveness as well as guidance as to how those metrics are impacted by other strategic and tactical decisions.
The market is generally healthy and steadily growing, and margins are up for large specialty contractors. Further, advances in design tools and owner demand for collaboration are giving subcontractors a seat at the table early on in projects.