As you know, here at the AGC of Utah, we are always at the forefront of bringing you the latest and greatest in construction news and technology, and this blog continues that trend.
In our latest construction technology roundup, we take a closer... (Read More)
We've been hearing a lot about driverless cars, but how about driverless trucks? You may be surprised to learn that the first autonomous vehicles to hit the road may in fact be construction trucks.
While some may question the logic, consider the... (Read More)
From Union Station in Washington, D.C. to Pennsylvania in New York City, transit hubs around the country are putting billions of dollars into retrofits and traveler network expansions.
Driving the new development is a desire to look good and... (Read More)
Could you one day see a virtual reality headset waiting for you in a job site trailer of the future? Some think so.
In fact, one construction company plans to have a remote VR program in their trailers by the end of 2017. The system will allow up... (Read More)
It's no secret that the skilled labor pool from which the construction industry can draw from has been shrinking for some time now. According to our annual survey, employers are expecting to run into the same problems this year as they did last... (Read More)
Have you heard? It’s that time of year again to gather together among friends and business partners both old and new to cultivate new ideas and learn about the latest in construction and contracting. The fact is, if you want to take your business... (Read More)
A number of key technologies defined the construction industry in 2016, so we wanted to take a moment to peer back at what that wild year had to offer.
The fact is everything from 3D printing to virtual reality made its way into the construction... (Read More)
Since the recession, a great many industry players have realized that survival in the construction industry isn't just about getting more business, it's about getting smarter and far more efficient in how the business is run.
Today, purpose-built... (Read More)
Before the dawn of a new era in construction, workers might walk an average of six miles or more per day simply to get building materials, move equipment, or look at plans.
Today, the same company might cut that in half by using worker location... (Read More)