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Addressing the Opioid Crisis on Your Jobsite

Real-World Steps to Help Victims and Protect Your Company By Roger Yarrow The opioid epidemic isn’t a problem you can ignore in the construction industry —...

Ultimate Sustainability

Converting a 1965 Vintage Office to a New Hotel H. Kit Miyamoto, Ph.D., S.E. I am at a vacant and gray 13-story building near Los Angeles International...

New Era of Data Use Emerging in Construction

Contractors report increasing ability to gather and analyze data helps improve project outcomes like budget, productivity and profitability A new report by Dodge Data &...

Bill McConnell: Education has no Finish Line

Lifelong Learner is Engineering the Effort to Make Vertex a Billion-Dollar Business by 2030 By Richard Massey It’s kind of difficult to describe Bill McConnell. The...

Salaries Are on the Rise in the Construction Industry

ALACHUA, Fla. — NCCER recently released the following curricula: Project Management; Pipefitting Levels 1 – 4; Maritime Electrical Levels 1 – 4; Maritime Welding...

Three new types of construction

Building code changes in the U.S. mark significant progress for the mass timber industry. By Hardy Wentzel Historically, the U.S. construction industry has been slower to...

Construction technology as a competitive advantage

Increasingly economical and focused software can overcome barriers to adoption. By Sergey Sundukovskiy, Ph.D. Technology is driving competitive success and structural change in the engineering and...

Dodge 2019 Construction Outlook

The expansion for the U.S. construction industry has been underway for some time now. As compiled by Dodge Data & Analytics, total construction starts...

A walk above

Pedestrian bridges combine aesthetics and function with diverse designs. Three pedestrian bridges highlighted in recent press releases — one under construction, one winning numerous awards,...
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