COVID-19 has presented a unique challenge for subcontractors, causing them to quickly learn how to navigate scheduling impacts. While many projects have seen scheduling disruptions, others, particularly those involving education, transportation, or health-related facilities, have seen their timeline accelerate, causing project managers to need to be able to maximize efficiency. And these changes don’t just affect the schedule; project managers are now tasked with assessing the best way to balance on-site operations with health measures that guarantee workers’ safety.
Technology updates occur in every industry, including construction. With dedication to progressive solutions and the right resources, technology can help you do your job faster, safer and more efficiently. Here are nine new technologies making their way onto job sites in 2019.
When people think of someone being injured on a construction site, they probably think of that person being hit by a forklift, falling from scaffolding, or some other significant injury caused by a grandiose mistake. Few people think of someone being seriously hurt by a small hand tool, but they can be. These tools, especially…
One of the main causes of a delay on a construction job happens to be one of the things you have no control over: the weather. When a big thunderstorm, tornado, hurricane, ice storm, or blizzard blows into town, you simply have to shut down work.
Your construction team is up against a firm deadline, and you’ve got several full days of work in store to stay on track. When your team arrives at the construction site in the morning ready to get started, you discover that several of your most valuable, essential pieces of equipment have been stolen.