Tag: construction

5 Keys to Designing Earthquake-Resistant Buildings

By Emily Newton When professionals design and construct buildings, they assess how to reduce risks. Following the applicable codes is one way to do...

Automation and Digitization Enabling Informed Decision Making Throughout the Tunneling Lifecycle

By Gabriel Neves Keeping up with innovation and increasing productivity in the wake of increasing costs, tight deadlines, and sustainability issues means the infrastructure industry...

Taking UAV Technology Even Higher

By Luke Carothers UAV/Drone technology started with a small niche in the engineering and construction industries.  As UAV/Drone technology increases, however, this niche begins to...

Construction Down to Start 2021

Strong warehouse and manufacturing activity not enough to offset wide-ranging weakness HAMILTON, NEW JERSEY — Total construction starts dropped 4% in January to a seasonally adjusted...

Building Value into Sports Facilities

Rigid-frame fabric buildings offer a high-quality solution for budget-minded projects. By Shannon Humbert and Eric Donnay We live in a world where spending power can create...

Zweig Group’s TOTAL COMPENSATION BENCHMARKING TOOL now available!

By Tyler Thompson Zweig Group is excited to roll out the 2021 Total Compensation Benchmarking Tool. While our traditional Salary Surveys are a fantastic resource...

Bio-inspired: How lobsters can help make stronger 3D printed concrete

New research shows that patterns inspired by lobster shells can make 3D printed concrete stronger, to support more complex and creative architectural structures. Digital manufacturing technologies like 3D concrete printing (3DCP) have immense potential to save time,...

Increasing Quality and Speed: The Critical Role of Streamlined Submittals in Complex Construction Projects

By Nancy Novak Every seasoned construction professional is all too familiar with the significant role the submittals process for specifications and materials plays in the...

Dodge Data: Construction Starts See Mixed Month in November

Weakness in residential and nonbuilding activity overwhelmed nonresidential building strength  NEW JERSEY — Total construction starts fell 2% in November to a seasonally adjusted annual rate...

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