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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

New Research Shows Design-Build Growth Continues Despite Market Challenges

When researchers at FMI Corporation first looked at design-build utilization in 2018, the news confirmed what many in the industry knew first-hand, design-build wasn’t an “alternative delivery process” anymore. New market analysis

Downtown Detroit Synagogue to get $4.5 Million Renovation

The synagogue with colorful windows in Detroit’s Capitol Park neighborhood is expected to get a big renovation. The Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue at 1445-1457 Griswold St. is targeted for an overhaul to every floor, including opening up the first-floor

Six Trends Driving the Architecture, Engineering and Construction Industry

In order to minimize change orders, increase efficiency, improve their return on investment and enhance the quality of their projects, infrastructure engineers and designers have turned to several new trends and technologies.  Digital twins, for example, are

Contractors’ Revenue Expectations Rise

Dive Brief: New data shows that U.S. contractors are growing more optimistic, mostly driven by a rise in revenue expectations. They also have better outlooks on hiring as business concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic lessen, according to the

Why Now is the Ideal Time to Renovate Your Office Space.

Have you been considering renovating your workplace, but muddling over when the right time would be? While it might feel like a low priority to take these steps during the current pandemic, where remote work has become the new norm, there is in fact no better

San Francisco Nonprofits Collaborate on VR-based Construction Training

The program, which employs Oculus headsets for a real-world experience, is aimed at attracting young adults to construction careers. Groups of young adults stand outside in the San Francisco sun. They’re lined up behind two students wearing virtual reality

U.S. Manufacturing Output Rose More Than Forecast in December

Production at U.S. manufacturers increased in December by more than projected, marking an eighth straight month of gains as steady yet more moderate demand growth and lean inventories continue to power the sector’s recovery. Output at factories rose 0.9

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