White House officials say import halt, supported by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, is necessary to put additional pressure on Vladimir Putin over Ukraine invasion, but its costs are likely to be felt in the construction industry and the overall economy.
In spite of 2020 challenges that included shuttering non-essential construction sites, the construction sector in New York and New Jersey completed scores of noteworthy projects—a number of which achieved recognition as ENR New York 2021 Best Projects.
On Demand Price inflation, higher labor costs and materials scarcity are key issues for building teams today, often prompting such negative outcomes as owners rebidding projects when numbers don't come in on budget, broken contracts and even price gouging. We'll explore methods firms are using to successfully deal with this issue.
The trends and challenges impacting the construction industry continue to grow. Climate change, sustainability, productivity, resource shortages, supply chain issues and financial constraints all must be addressed. How can contractors not only succeed in this new project climate but reach a higher level of project certainty in the process?
On Demand When connected and supported, we're better able to help everyone stay focused on the job. The more we stay connected and committed, the more we can fully support one another. The more we feel supported, the safer choices we make & the better work we deliver, leading to safer selves, safer teams, & safer job sites. Learn how to be all three in this webinar.
There are many hurdles facing project teams with multiple generations. How can diverse teams come together to aid in boosting jobsite efficiencies and technological readiness? We'll hear from contractors & design firms spanning multiple generations to discuss strategies for breaking down stereotypes and leading teams of people from all age groups.
On Demand Experts will discuss how to be intentional about implementing Building Information Modeling and related technologies to improve project performance. We'll explore how companies are rethinking project progress monitoring by integrating scanning, drones, and other digital information, coupled with data analytics into the BIM process.
Process automation and digitization tools will continue to soar, with manual processes being digitally transformed. We'll discuss using process automation to overcome manual processes, &
the increased uptake of Digital Process Automation, as organizations look to operate as efficiently as possible, keep overheads low and stay ultra-competitive.
In this case study webinar, hear how Gilbane partnered with Disperse, a construction tech firm that pioneered a new approach to building productivity alongside leading contractors & developers. Two years later, Gilbane won ENR’s award for “New York Contractor of the Year”, citing the Disperse partnership as a contributing factor in achieving excellence for their clients.
The leap from paper-based construction management to digital-powered construction management has been swift and powerful. But the change isn't stopping there. In this webinar, we will show how industry leaders are embracing a new shift towards image-based construction.
Design-build projects are completed faster than traditional design-bid-build methods, allowing teams to adapt their processes & update technology use. But tech adoption isn’t enough - we need to know why to "buy-in" and be trained on these new methods. Learn how to capture change as it happens, organize clashes, & increase coordination.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce reported that a majority of contractors report high difficulty finding skilled workers. Managers must have an efficient approach to forecasting, assigning, & monitoring their workforce to combat labor shortages. Learn how a Workforce Management system allows you to better bid projects & balance labor assignments.