8 Field Focused Challenges in Heavy Civil Construction And How to Overcome Them

| April 21, 2019

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Heavy Civil and Infrastructure projects are some of the largest and most critical support structures in society. These projects include roads, bridges, tunnels, sewers and other public works resources that people rely on. To put this in perspective-in order to meet the world’s basic infrastructure needs-$3.3 trillion per year will need to be spent through 2030.


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COVID-19: The Economic Impact on Construction

Article | March 16, 2020

Publicly panicking a world by stating that this is a pandemic isn’t going to solve the immediate problem the world is facing. We are already hearing China is reporting that its citizens are getting a better handle on containing the virus, which is great news from a human, public health, and economic perspective. Perhaps the biggest lesson, as I have stated in a column in Connected World, is that we need to get our own supply-chain house in order. Case in point: construction is instantly feeling the crunch.

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Five automated processes for more efficiency in precast project delivery

Article | May 26, 2021

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Queen's Speech 2021: why it was a good one for infrastructure

Article | May 17, 2021

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OxBlue Announces AI-Based Capabilities for Social Distancing

Article | April 20, 2020

OxBlue.Com, an Atlanta-Based Technology Company and the Leader in Professional Construction Camera Services, Has Announced the Development of Artificial Intelligence-Based Technology for Detecting Social Distancing on Construction Sites. OxBlue, an Atlanta-based technology company and the leader in professional construction camera services, has announced the development of artificial intelligence-based technology for detecting social distancing on construction sites.

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