With technology advancing faster than ever before, it’s no wonder the construction industry is starting to see rapid changes every year.
With technology more integral in construction operations than ever before, the cloud is a natural step for companies looking to save money, stay connected to remote sites, and improve business operations.
A growing number of counties, road contractors, and mining companies are discovering that linear crushers can repair a gravel road for significantly less money, while correcting the underlying subgrade problems.
Pretty much anything on a job site can and has been stolen. Do construction companies need high-tech security solutions to stop thieves and vandals? Read on to find out.
In recent years there have been significant advances in both the technologies used at home and work, and in those designed specifically to help with energy management across all types of buildings.
Properly implemented building information modeling can put critical facility information at the touch of the fingertips via smartphone or tablet.
Telus Garden, a mixed-use development project in downtown Vancouver, will feature a 220-foot canopy arch that extends over an entire city block.
A peer reviewed ISO compliant study from CPCI evaluates the impacts throughout the life of a precast concrete structure.
The City of Markam has joined a growing list of municipalities that have adopted bird-friendly building guidelines for new construction.
Mobile deficiency tracking saves time and improves communication throughout the construction process, thereby reducing the cost of managing deficiencies.
ShearForce Equipment is the exclusive Canadian dealer of the Xcentric Ripper, an excavator attachment that uses “impact energy accumulation technology.”
The Canada BIM Council (CanBIM) recently held a regional session in Vancouver. The presentations consistently emphasized one fundamental aspect of building information modeling (BIM): collaboration.
Core sunlighting is a system that gathers natural sunlight, concentrates it and delivers it deep into a building’s interior, not just the area along ...