How many of today’s $17-an-hour construction laborers are tomorrow’s $90,000-a-year project managers? During the partisan opera unfolding over immigration in Washington, D.C., the question is worth asking.
The job market and the tech world got some good news this summer when a comprehensive Pew Poll found that 48% of Americans want to increase federal funding for science research—up 11 points from only four years ago—and just 12% want to see cuts.
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!
Good ideas are common, & successful pilots and field trials are too. What's unusual are ideas that make it through the trials and become implemented into standard practices to make permanent improvements in company operations. How do you put your money on ideas that will really work? Our innovation experts will share their strategies.
Permanent floating bridges are essentially boutique structures that only make sense for certain rare kinds of sites: unusually deep bodies of water and/or bodies of water with very soft bottoms, where piers are impractical. ENR takes a look at the longest pontoon bridges in the world.