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AGC and SmartBrief collaborated on a member engagement effort to help AGC increase industry engagement.
SmartBrief recently spoke with Ken Simonson, chief economist at AGC, and Brian Perlberg, the association's senior counsel of construction law and contracts, to get a sense of what lies ahead for contractors as they gear up for AGC's convention
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AI and 3D printing are hot topics in the concrete industry. Efforts to expand the industry's use of those technologies start with academic research. Some of that research was showcased at the American Concrete Institute's recent virtual convention.
During the American Concrete Institute's Virtual Concrete Convention, experts emphasized the importance of constructability and material selection to optimize productivity.
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Many drone startups are failing despite robust demand for the technology. That juxtaposition has experts wondering if drones are part of a waning fad or a promising revolution with a tangible business ROI.
What contractors learn at the 2020 AGC Convention in Las Vegas doesn't have to stay there. The event will help contractors develop business plans, manage risk and navigate the technology landscape.
Triax Technologies CEO Robert Costantini offers insight into how wearable devices are making inroads in construction.
Safety improvements continue to drive change in the construction industry. Learn how technology can help facilitate this in your organization.
The US is likely not headed toward a recession this year, but the construction industry is still struggling to attract qualified labor.
Construction industry leaders value mobile construction management software, but some struggle to implement it effectively due to a lack of employee feedback before purchasing.
During the Associated General Contractors' 100th annual convention, safety leaders showed how mobile pre-task planning and new-age helmets are reshaping safety.
The AEC industry needs to embrace new technology to create efficiencies and solve challenges
Finding the right open BIM solution can change your AEC business