Engineering and construction firm mergers and acquisitions; corporate branding; lists of top engineering and construction firms in the US and abroad with market analyses; company profiles, key executive and C-suite changes and growth strategy; large contract awards
Engineering and construction education programs and issues-college and university, K-12; STEM; worker shortages;; craft and professional training and compensation; immigration issues; Dept. of Labor workforce regulation, data and trends; organized labor; open shop; diversity; federal contractor compliance; pensions liability; global migrant workers; worker abuse; whistleblowers; workplace culture; worker misclassification; employee and workforce management
ENR’s Contractor Business Strategy (CBS) contains stories on contractor-business-focused topics, including project delivery, virtual building, new preconstruction techniques, successful safety programs and initiatives, education and training, labor issues, collaborative partnerships, risk management and new materials and processes.
Months of waiting are over as President Trump has finally laid on the table a detailed outline of his long-promised infrastructure investment plan, which the administration says will produce at least $1.5 trillion for transportation, water and other projects over 10 years and trim federal project permitting time to no more than two years.
Exxon Mobil Corp. plans to invest $50 billion over five years to expand its U.S. oil-and-gas production facilities, the company said on Feb. 2, when it released its 2017 results, which included $8.4 billion in fourth-quarter earnings and $19 billion in income for the year.
Through new mentoring between experienced job site workers, contractors and unions are expanding both technology skills and real-world best-practices for everyone. Our panel of experts will share how these “partnerships” boosted technology use, improved job site and project productivity, and made their firms attractive employers.
Construction sector experts weigh in on how the second 100 days of the Trump administration will affect the construction industry. During this webinar, our panelists will discuss the outlook of issues such as tax reform, immigration rule changes, the long-awaited infrastructure investment plan, & more!
This popular annual webinar takes places just as the new rankings are unveiled. It invites leaders from top-ranked firms to talk about their takeaways from the year past and their strategy for the year ahead. ENR will moderate a panel of executives from the largest specialty contracting firms as they discuss the results of the 2017 Top 600 survey and opportunities for future business.
Digital signatures have significantly changed in recent years precisely to fit the workflow of architects, engineers and construction companies for everything from project submittals to drawings and RFIs. This webinar will sit down with experts in the industry about how they are using digital signatures on a marquee project as well as other customer success stories.
Experts in business and construction sector intrapreneurship share strategies for how AEC employees should take their new ideas to boost company offerings and bottom lines. During this webinar, our panel will discuss how to develop a great idea, monetize it and decide if worth pursuing - and more!
As the first anniversary of the Trump Administration approaches, ENR will sit down with a panel of top construction strategists to see what they have their eye on and discuss their recommendations for planning and managing your construction business in the uncertain months and years ahead.
Successful pilot efforts for new technologies and processes often don’t make the jump to standard practice. ENR talks to industry firms about what they’re doing to ensure that good ideas find a place in construction workflows.