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San Francisco Dept. of Building Inspection advises the Millennium Tower homeowners association to “refrain from resuming” the pile foundation retrofit for the settling 645-ft-tall condominium until a new approach to the fix is reviewed by the city.
After a successful trial of a railcar-mounted robot to drill holes for tunnel cable racks, the MTA is putting together an open bidding process for vendors to further develop a robot drill rig for use in New York City’s subway tunnels.
New study says that union construction projects are similar in cost to non-union projects because higher union labor costs are offset by savings in other project components such as materials and safety, but critics point to prevailing wage laws that may have skewed its findings.
With employees increasingly working remotely and disputes becoming more prominent with projects facing delays and scope changes, reducing risk is vital for the future of many firms. Many of these risks today lie within the chaos of project emails. This webinar is for you if you use something like Procore in your business at the moment, but staff aren’t consistently filing emails.
Construction management software is a wide-ranging term representing many different types of software and products. Without transparency from providers, contractors can waste both time and money on the wrong solution. During this webinar, we'll discuss the 5 insights that contractors must consider when looking for the best-fit in a solutions provider.
As capital projects become more complex, sharing data with stakeholders becomes essential to increasing jobsite productivity. Integrating data related to materials, people, and systems foster a collaborative approach to work packaging and result in more predictable outcomes. We'll explore how connecting data maximizes visibility and bridges the gap to project certainty.
In this webinar, we’ll cover exactly what it is that makes Revu so powerful and provide an overview of many of the ways your business can leverage that power. More than just a Revu tutorial, we will look at the ways you can use software with your team to work smarter, save time, and most importantly, immediately reduce costs.
New requirements from owners for more detailed estimates and the tighter profit margins of the COVID era have contractors looking for an edge. More consistent estimating, better preconstruction planning and applying lessons learned from past downturns will all be needed to get through the next few years. We'll talk with those who are finding better ways to bid.
As infrastructure engineering and project delivery become more complex, the need to adopt new methods become more urgent. We'll discuss how technology can help engineering teams overcome Digital Twin implementation challenges, by adopting a progressive Virtual Twin approach delivering significant efficiency while minimizing adoption challenges.
Recent research shows that only 10% of all construction data is actually used. In this webinar, you'll learn how to effectively capture, consolidate, and glean actionable insights from your company's real-time construction data. Plus, learn how firms can use data from across the industry to drive innovation and protect profitability in the year to come.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced both suppliers and contractors to strengthen their supply chains amid worldwide shortages and logistics nightmares. However, there is some doubt over whether these adaptations will continue once COVID restrictions are lifted. ENR will ask a panel of experts how to ensure supply chain improvements stick in a post-COVID world.
When it comes to project information, email is the letter of today, and has become more critical since the start of the pandemic. Project information management doesn't need to be expensive and clunky. Arup has developed another way, which is simple and cost effective, and brings their project information and critical correspondence into one, central location.
Requirements for social distancing and limiting headcount on jobsites working through the pandemic have changed the way many sites are organized. Contractors adopted these strategies to keep sites open, but are now finding they can plan more effectively with much more accurate headcounts. We'll discuss the benefits this shift in site access tracking can bring.