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University of Michigan researchers study robotic assistants for construction sites

Dive Brief: A portion of a $2 million National Science Foundation grant to the University of Michigan will look at whether robots could be used as assistants to human workers on construction sites. Working with machines and technology from Germany-based

Grow Detroit Contractors

Rocket philanthropic arm launches $10 million fund to help grow Detroit contractors

Bill Emerson, vice chairman of Rock Holdings Inc., announces the new Motor City Contractor Fund on Tuesday morning. The philanthropic arm of the billionaire Dan Gilbert family and the affiliated Rocket Companies Inc. is committing $10 million to help

Buffalo Bills to build $1.4B stadium

Dive Brief: The NFL’s Buffalo Bills will build a $1.4 billion stadium in Orchard Park, New York, a suburb of Buffalo. It will be the largest construction project in the region’s history, according to Gov. Kathy Hochul. The project will generate

Why BIM, PIM and AI are driving transformation in the Construction Industry

Challenges for the future of Construction The Construction Industry is in a phase of transformation. Deloitte, in a recent trends report, defined rising material costs, decreased productivity due to labour shortages and further regulatory and safety burdens

Former Art Van to be converted to fast-growing Agree’s headquarters

Royal Oak is getting a new publicly traded company headquarters in the old Art Van. Bloomfield Hills-based retail real estate investment trust Agree Realty Corp. (NYSE: ADC) has purchased the former Art Van Furniture Inc. store on Woodward Avenue, north of

2022’s Biggest Construction Conferences

Many in-person industry events are back on this year. Here is the full rundown. While the COVID-19 omicron variant continues to spread, with vaccinations and booster shots available, many in-person conventions are back on for this year. Read on for a list of

The 5 Contech Trends That Will Power Jobsites in 2022

From data usage to 3D printing, construction technology is poised to blast off this year. The construction industry had a challenging but positive year in 2021, and the growth of construction technology has been one of the bright spots. With the pandemic

Regulations to Know Before Starting a Construction Drone Program

Switching from traditional base-and-rover surveying to drone surveying is one of the most effective ways to upgrade your construction workflow, setting you and your team up to make better, data-driven decisions. Switching from traditional base-and-rover