Tag: construction technology

ABC and Procore Announce Partnership to Provide Construction Management Solutions for ABC Members

WASHINGTON — Associated Builders and Contractors and Procore Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: PCOR), a leading provider of construction management software, announced a partnership that provides ABC chapters and members exclusive...

Trimble and Doosan North America Announce Factory-Installed Machine Control Solution for Doosan Crawler Excavators

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Trimble (NASDAQ:TRMB) and Doosan Infracore North America announced that Doosan will offer the Trimble® Earthworks Grade Control Platform for Excavators as an optional factory-installed machine control solution...

Bluebeam Supports Expanding Australian Construction Industry with New Subsidiary

Leading construction technology company responds to growing regional demand with Brisbane headquarters Pasadena, CA(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bluebeam, Inc., leading developer of innovative technology solutions for the...

4 Steps on the Path to LEED Mastery

By Tommy Linstroth It’s a new year for the construction industry, and 2020 will an exciting time to pursue Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design...

AUTODESK AND VIRGIN HYPERLOOP ONE ANNOUNCE JOINT EFFORT TO EXPLORE ADVANCED ROUTE OPTIMIZATION, TRANSPORTATION...

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK) and Virgin Hyperloop One, a leader of hyperloop technology and the evolution of how the world...

Megaprojects and construction tech

Project intelligence is not an expense, but an investment By Shannon Bryant Megaprojects were around long before modern mobile construction tech, but it’s hard to imagine...

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...
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Topcon introduces ‘Infrastructure and Technology’ documentary series

Topcon Positioning Group announced a new series of documentary videos designed to bring greater awareness to automation and technology in the construction and agriculture industries.

Balfour Beatty predicts a human-free construction site

According to Balfour Beatty, the construction site of 2050 will be human-free with work moved offsite, remote control of machinery and new materials and techniques exploited to improve cost, safety and efficiency.

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