January 20, 2022 | by: NDA
Wrapping up a tumultuous business year 2021, the American Institute of Architects reports that architecture firms ended the year on a "high note with strong business conditions."
The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association sees supply chain disruptions, inflation continuing in new year.
January 19, 2022 | by: NDA
Drewlo Holdings uses an Aqua Cutter 710V from Aquajet to maximize productivity during a 15-year, multiphase renovation of nearly 80 parking structures.
Gains in residential and nonresidential construction not enough to offset drop in nonbuilding
January 18, 2022 | by: NDA
Although the prices of some raw materials fell in December, costs are still sky high for contractors looking to purchase them, according to a new analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America.
The Tennessean examines the shortage of skilled laborers, or construction workers with specialized certifications, in Middle Tennessee and across the country.
January 14, 2022 | by: NDA
This free program helps small, new, emerging, minority-owned and other disadvantaged contractors learn how to qualify for construction surety bonds
January 13, 2022 | by: NDA
First full week of January saw 82.3 percent mill capacity rate, AISI says.
January 12, 2022 | by: NDA
From data usage to 3D printing, construction technology is poised to blast off this year.
Switching from traditional base-and-rover surveying to drone surveying is one of the most effective ways to upgrade your construction workflow, setting you and your team up to make better, data-driven decisions.
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