North America’s largest construction trade show will kick off later this month in Las Vegas.
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Sharing data is the intelligent thing to do in construction
Removing silos around project information will be critical for AI’s evolution on jobsites.
Could tech workers find a home in multifamily?
As multifamily firms embrace automation, there may be room for professionals who were recently laid off.
Manufacturing sector props up construction spending
Nonresidential construction spending moved higher in January largely due to massive manufacturing-related projects.
Turner-Yates JV wins $4B Panasonic EV battery plant build
It’s part of a wave of recent factory projects as the U.S. continues its push to onshore manufacturing to better compete in the global economy.
Amazon closes, cancels more warehouses as cost-cutting persists
The e-commerce giant canceled, closed or delayed 99 U.S. fulfillment facilities, per a firm tracking the company. Amazon disputed its findings.
OSHA rule change expands use of instance-by-instance citations
Legal experts said the shift does pose a risk for lax employers, but will likely be used sparingly for extreme cases.
Study: Progress still slow on employee access to mental health
While awareness among employers is growing, a shortage of practitioners and long wait times for care hinder employee access.
Jacobs wins $500M water reuse facility build in Los Angeles
The Dallas-based construction services firm will deliver the project under a progressive design-build contract, according to the release.
Economists push back estimated recession date: NABE
Data on the housing market, employment, manufacturing and other measures of economic performance challenge predictions of imminent recession.