The COVID-19 pandemic caught many companies off-guard. Those that had a plan experienced far less pain and stand prepared for when the next crisis hits
Los Angeles’ vibrant and diverse energy is perhaps best represented through these iconic architectural structures
A new condominium development in the Lone Star state will feature a living wall so big that its proponents argue that it may help clean the area’s air pollution
As many states begin to re-emerge from lockdowns, here’s the construction industry’s status in each state, as well as some of the safety precautions it is taking moving forward
Quantity takeoffs, accuracy and standardization are crucial to bid success
Experts predict enhanced jobsite sanitation, off-site work and remote working arrangements to be part of the ‘new normal’ after the COVID-19 pandemic ends
From using digital technologies to enacting new policies, here’s how these construction-industry firms are adapting to the “new normal” of operating during a global pandemic.
Many construction sites are adopting augmented schedules and social distancing to protect workers from COVID-19, but the uncertainty surrounding the virus has made standardized safety measures a moving target.
Where does an owner get money to build? How do contractors get paid? Here, we answer these basic questions someone new to the industry may have about the economics of a construction project