As the business world moves towards more agile project management, contractors need the proper insight to focus on the impact of their biggest resources – people and equipment. We’ll outline keys to understanding the impact with equipment rental rates and ways to view your backlog of potential jobs and ways to view your backlog of potential jobs, plus more!
With a big federal infrastructure spend expected sometime in the next year, contractors, engineers and other firms may find that some state and federal owners are asking for more digital-focused bid packages. ENR will talk to industry firms and experts on how some DOTs and agencies are moving toward better digital project management, and how to be ready to bid on new work.
This webinar will consider the challenges in health and safety, delay costs and cybersecurity we've faced during the pandemic. A panel of construction risk experts will also consider whether new or highly specialized insurance policies are now viable and affordable choices for limiting some of the risks for contractors and designers.
Commitment, collaboration, communication and compromise
Building and construction are responsible for 38% of all carbon emissions in the world. This webinar will present the latest strategies, materials and technologies used to create buildings with lower embodied and operational carbon by looking at the new Meyer Memorial Trust headquarters in Portland, Ore.
Construction owners are adopting tools originally created for contractors and designers to manage inspections and even use their data downstream for facilities management. During this webinar, you’ll learn how having connected cloud tools to avoid rework and duplicate data is key to the engaged owner's workflow.
There’s always been a lot of focus on the benefits of aligning your CPM, 90-day, and weekly lookahead schedules. But on today’s complex capital projects, how do you go about it? By using the right technology and knowledge-based techniques. Join us for this webinar to explore best practices for finding and applying today’s most advanced planning and scheduling technology, all to achieve better project certainty for better outcomes every step of the way.
Recruiting reliable talent has never been harder — but diligent adherence to safety and quality requirements has never been more important. Throw in changes, like new equipment or regulations, and you’ve got real issues with the consistency and quality of inspection results, as well as your team’s productivity. We'll discuss how to arm a rookie with the experience of a 20-year veteran!
On Demand Building a Building Information Model should be approached with as much care and forethought as designing and constructing the facility. Our panelists will define and guide best practices that yield truly useful BIM results for the lifecycle, from contract drafting to operations.
On Demand This panel will look at several case studies from early users of the Boston Dynamics SPOT robot on jobsites, for everything from regular reality capture to advanced work-progress tracking. With new forms of automation coming to the construction process, contractors are finding clever uses for small, versatile robotics platforms like SPOT.