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PBC Today | September 28, 2020
With SMEs accounting for the vast majority of the construction supply chain, adopting digital transformation could bring significant benefits for the whole industry, yet the evidence suggests they are being left behind. What needs to change? Industry 4.0 is a general term that refers to a range of emerging technologies that many believe mark the fourth industrial revolution. Underpinned by data and analytics, these new technologies are heavily focused on interconnectivity, automation and machine...
Bird Construction | August 24, 2021
Bird Construction Inc. announced today that Concert-Bird Partners, a consortium comprised of Bird Capital Limited Partnership, Bird Design-Build Construction Inc., Concert Infrastructure Ltd., Ainsworth Inc., BR2 Architecture and Wright Construction Western Inc., has been selected by Alberta Infrastructure as the preferred proponent for the Design, Build, Finance, and Maintain (DBFM) contract for five Alberta high schools.
Under the public-private partnership (P3) model, Concert-B...
PBC Today | February 20, 2020
The technical team at structural warranty specialists Advantage Insurance take a look at what constitutes best practice for foundations in 2020. For this construction-focused edition of PBC Today, we’ve taken a look at the various options for foundations most commonly used within the construction industry today, and have also considered the key variables which will affect the final choice of foundations at the design stage. We also provide information on current building regulations and Br...
Constructconnect | September 10, 2020
Existing technology designed to be worn by construction workers is teed up and ready to go but the usual barriers of cost and risk aversion is keeping it parked at the jobsite gate. While wearable monitors have been around for some time, they’re only being adopted at extreme high-risk jobs, such as petrochemical plants, oil rigs and remote wilderness locations where workers face hazards beyond slips and falls such as bears and wolves. The issue, says Keith Beckles, CEO of TechMarq, a Toron...
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