Where research intersects with construction equipment and materials, applications of machine learning and knowledge-based systems, robotics, 3D Printing, internet of things, wearable computing, applications of drones to construction, safety systems
Materials supply chain disruptions and the mass retirement of older workers in the skilled trades—a trend that actually began in the 2010s—have forced preconstruction professionals and estimators to be more resourceful than ever.
The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor project involves 35 countries collaborating to build an electricity generation experiment that may lead to renewable energy produced through nuclear fusion, a potentially revolutionary power source.
On Demand Having a single platform to integrate the workflows of many different project discipline allows connected projects to stay on track, on time and supported, despite supply chains that have been strained since the pandemic. You’ll learn how connected cloud tools can avoid rework and data duplication, producing major improvements in the engaged owner's workflow.
Manage all ENC project data in one integration platform
On Demand 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.
On Demand 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.
Commitment, collaboration, communication and compromise
On Demand 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.
On Demand 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.
On Demand This webinar will look at industry best practices and innovations adopted in the last year to meet new demands, and how firms are making technology adaptations and other new approaches permanent. Panelists will share new strategies for project management, client relations, technology commercialization and overall workforce interaction to gain the most benefit for all.
On Demand Good companies give their people good tools to work with....but in a competitive job market, how can you make sure your best prospects get the message and understand that your technology is more than flashy window dressing and that it enriches the work-life of its users and truly runs deep? We'll hear how companies can leverage the technology they have not only to work better, but to attract top talent into their ranks as well.
On Demand Join Thompson Turner Construction and Skyward as we discuss what it takes to adopt drones at your company. As a bonus, we’ll look at a real-world construction site and show you how to plan a drone flight, obtain fast access to controlled airspace, fly a mission, and create high-quality maps and models — all from the Skyward platform.
On Demand A robust digital twin created during design and construction can be used by owners of major developments for everything from building operations to optimizing systems’ use. This webinar will show how owners and facilities managers put their digital twins to work after handover. Additionally, you'll learn how designers and contractors gather data and make it useful during the construction process.
On Demand Today’s construction industry is undergoing a digital transformation. However, in an industry that has traditionally looked at technology as yet another cost to control rather than as a strategic investment, this type of initiative brings with it not only many challenges, but several opportunities as well. Join InEight’s conversation with Graham Construction about their digital transformation journey.