Ways to Decrease Your Environmental Impact in the Construction Industry

Posted on May 4, 2021 ChooseConstructionEnvironmentGuideImproveMachineTechnology

Construction is a booming global industry. Between now and 2060, the world is likely to construct almost 2.5 trillion square feet of new developments — the equivalent of adding another Paris to the planet every single week. Is building construction good for the environment? Construction is an industry that consumes vast amounts of resources and generates tons of greenhouse […]

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How to Choose the Right Excavator Bucket

Posted on May 4, 2021 Technology

Choosing an excavator for your job is only the first step in acquiring the tools you need. Whether they’re mini or large, excavators are incredibly versatile because of the available bucket and attachment options. Given the many types of backhoe and excavator buckets on the market, a lot of factors contribute to finding the right […]

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How to Safely Load and Transport Heavy Equipment

Posted on May 4, 2021 Technology

The safe and legal transportation of heavy cargo and construction equipment is no easy task. When handling some of the most massive pieces of machinery ever built by humankind, a set loading, transportation, and unloading protocol is not only a best practice — it’s the only practice. We recommend using these guidelines for safely hauling […]

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Improve Efficiency at Your Construction Site

Posted on April 4, 2021 Technology

How to Improve Construction Site Efficiency Pre-construction planning, site management, employee productivity, safety, and risk mitigation: These are the things that make or break construction site efficiency — and keep supervisors up at night. For your reputation and consistent, profitable returns, today’s construction sites need cutting-edge tools and resources that keep construction bids poised, costs […]

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Drone Technology

Posted on May 5, 2020 GuideMachineTechnology

Drone Technology in the Construction Industry Construction is one of the world’s biggest industries, worth about $8.5 trillion a year. However, it is far from the most efficient. In 2016, McKinsey & Company reported that large construction projects of all types take longer than scheduled by 20 percent on average and frequently cost almost twice the budgeted […]

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