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.
California-based Oracle Corp. on Dec. 17 announced that it has entered into an agreement to buy Melbourne, Australia-based Aconex Ltd., a company that offers a cloud-based system for managing construction-team collaboration, for $7.80 per share in cash.
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.
The opening of a new technology training center at Folsom State Prison’s Women’s Facility in California this October marks a milestone in a three-year-old program that is the only authorized Autodesk-certified CAD training in a state prison.
ENR will sit down with a panel of architects and engineers who are successfully using electronic information management systems to capture and leverage their legacy ideas—as well as their new ones—to keep them more successful into the future.
With increasing interoperability between software and systems and the growing capabilities of Cloud-hosted and delivered services, the ideal of fully integrated operations finally may be in reach. In this webinar ENR will sit down with technology leaders from three construction firms pushing hard for the goal to find out how far they have come and what they see ahead.
Innovative construction management software systems can provide a foundation for supportive networks and idea exchanges. During this webinar, ENR will convene a panel of design and construction company information systems managers to hear about how they are using such systems to help their firms make creativity bloom.
During this webinar, Mortenson and DEWALT share how they are collaborating on a pilot to blanket a jobsite with a WiFi mesh network that provides a reliable connection and real-time location tracking of people, equipment, tools, and materials. This presentation will delve into a future state of construction technology the project is revealing
During this webinar, our panel of experts will describe how new tools, such as business intelligence data analysis, can be used with project management systems to deliver real-time insights and help managers be informed, effective and resilient in emergencies.
With vastly improved tools to collect and store enormous amounts of data collected on projects, and the growing need to analyze and interpret it for planning & investment, construction-sector companies are embracing data science in new ways. During this webinar, attendees will learn what’s triggering the need for data scientists, and more!
This presentation will cover the path toward the mainstream integration of reality capture data in Clayco Inc.'s project delivery cycle. During this webinar, we will cover several projects ranging from documentation for historic Tax credit to those whose value exceeds $500 million.
During this webinar, we will discuss how today’s project and enterprise management systems can support that understanding by analyzing the digital DNA of past success. The insights mean resources can evolve, and firms can deliver even more winning solutions to clients.
The increasing reliance of long term initiatives on new technologies is raising the question of, “How do you ensure that systems and data delivered at the start of the project can survive technology changes over the life of the project and asset?” Experts will discuss the experience facing these challenges to hear what they are doing now to future-proof their digital project data for the long haul.
As a construction professional, chances are you feel the pressure of needing to modernize your capital construction program. Learn from the Pennsylvania, Department of General Services on how they drove change within their organization as many of the challenges they faced are not uncommon in the industry.
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.