Attracting Next-gen Construction Workers Calls for Change of Minds

BECKY SCHULTZ | February 25, 2019

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The technological advancements the construction industry has seen in recent years, and will continue to experience, represent a microcosm of what’s occurring across industries globally. Yet, the changes in this mature and often slow to adapt industry have far-reaching implications for U.S. communities - in the structures being built, the materials being used, the costs of development and even the roles the workforce performs.

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Even is one of the largest developers and contractors in Brazil, thanks to its ability to innovate, monitor market demands and meet its clients expectations. For more than 30 years, the Company, which has more than 1,600 employees, has operated in the residential and commercial real estate sectors in Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, São Paulo and Rio Grande do Sul.

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6 Construction Tech Trends in 2020

Article | February 12, 2020

Innovation is increasing as shown by advancements brought about by technology, according to an article in Reading Eagle. For example, drones and 3D printing are now more prevalent than before, and may be further embraced by the construction industry in 2020. The design-build approach, or Integrated Project Delivery, provides a means for clients to contract a sole entity to compose, plan, and construct a project. Streamlining the process results in faster project delivery timelines and lower costs.

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Technology Is Changing the Face of Construction

Article | March 2, 2020

Cutting-edge technology is changing the way things are done in many fields, including construction. At Tucker Paving, we know the importance of keeping up with the times in order to remain productive and competitive. Advances are being made in construction to allow for quicker build times, safer working conditions, and overall improved architecture. Here are a few of the innovations changing the industry right now.

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Using simulation to build tomorrow’s electrified heavy equipment

Article | February 27, 2020

Competition among established OEMs and start-ups is at a fever pitch as the race to design and develop a fully electric vehicle that meets both customer and regulatory demands continues. The heavy equipment industry, from agricultural to construction, are in the same position. Stringent regulations to reduce or remove pollutant levels and emissions, and customer demand for lower total cost of ownership and customization are causing a shift to bring electrified heavy equipment to market.

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Washington Goes West: GTC 2020 Explores AI in Federal Government

Article | February 17, 2020

The future of government will come into focus in Silicon Valley next month when experts from industries and government converge to discuss AI and high performance computing at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference. Following on the success of GTC DC 2019, GTC 2020, taking place March 22-26 in San Jose, Calif., will bring together hundreds of researchers, government executives and national lab directors to discuss how agencies can improve citizen services and advance science with accelerated computing.

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Even is one of the largest developers and contractors in Brazil, thanks to its ability to innovate, monitor market demands and meet its clients expectations. For more than 30 years, the Company, which has more than 1,600 employees, has operated in the residential and commercial real estate sectors in Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, São Paulo and Rio Grande do Sul.

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