Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Thursday, August 06,2020

Feature of the Week

Blockchain has always been a significant part of the construction process. However, what role can it play if it is combined with the supply chain?  Read more
In the construction industry, the demand for smart building is increasing due to its advantages  Read more
Innovations in the construction industry are giving C&D Recycling a completely new form  Read more

View Point

By Ryan Hale, CIO and Director of Strategic Initiatives, Lithko Contracting, Inc.  
It is extremely exciting to see the proliferation of software solutions in the construction industry.  Read more
By Aftab Taylor, Chief Information Officer, EMEA, JLL  
Over the past decade, technology platforms have transformed all aspects of our life from careers.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Adam Goossen, PE, Principal and Wei Wang, PhD, PE, Founder and CEOTommy Huang, PE, Principal, Jose Basto, PE, Associate and Fang, Fang, PE Associate,   
As one of New York’s leading construction support and structural engineering services provider, UrbanTech is known for developing ingenious engineering solutions for the most challenging construction engineering problems. From concept...  Read more
By Kimberly Fox, President, and Founder and Jonathan Fox, Co-Founder,   
Resolute Elevator is driven the by the mission of addressing the problems associated with conventional elevator installation. With its modular elevators, Resolute Elevator helps contractors reduce the elevator installation time and adhere to...  Read more
By Jarrett Davis, National Technical and Building Science Director, Charles Taylor, President of Taylor Clay and Stewart Adams, Vice President of Taylor Clay,   
MaxLife Industries—a subsidiary of Taylor Clay Products, a leading player in the ceramics space—offers state-of-the-art and code-compliant building enclosure products for all types of new and existing commercial and multifamily buildings....  Read more

CXO Insights

By Matthew Ohlman, CTO, Shadow Ventures  
Increased investment dollars can go a long way in attracting more innovative talent to the market and allow startups to scale faster so that they can provide value on larger construction projects.  Read more
By Brian C. Stieritz, PE, Executive Vice President Southeast, Skanska USA Civil  
Bridges today are designed for a projected service life that takes into account the local conditions and intensity of use.  Read more
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