Prior to the pandemic, offices were about creating a culture of collaboration. While collaboration remains a top priority, we're seeing employees' health and well-being take center stage, now more than ever.
How we work today is changing our workplace environment. How will that affect future construction projects? Building on a popular post from a few years ago, we've identified some new trends that will drive the office environment of the future.
How have industrial construction pricing, manpower and supply chain been impacted by the pandemic? Our industry leaders share what they're seeing in the market, how we've adjusted how we work and the future of warehouse and distribution facilities.
What is the status of healthcare construction today? How will a new model of care impact facilities? As healthcare providers plan for the future, we're thinking about how technology can enable healthier healing environments.
As projects proceed and ramp back up, there are ways to find efficiencies under new guidelines and additional project constraints. Learn about the Lean principles and existing technology that facilitate progress.
Amid economic uncertainty how do you know how to proceed with your project? We've analyzed market activities in the Midwest and based on past recessions, we developed some models to help anticipate where costs are headed depending on the type of recovery. We can't predict what will happen, but we can help guide you through it.
Before the pandemic, it was easy for tradespeople to become overwhelmed or complacent. Some of the technologies that we incorporated into safety audits to increase engagement, quality and productivity have become even more critical to our teams' success in the field.