July 2018 was a newsworthy month for construction. Just catching up on construction news now from this month? Below, here are our picks for our favorite construction articles from July.
Top 10 Construction Articles from July 2018
Construction Executive, Anirban Basu
While construction momentum appears to remain strong, what could hinder growth in the sector’s near future? Keep a pulse on the growth and potential obstacles to construction by reading this informational mid-year update.
CNBC, Jeff Cox
Construction professionals are fully aware of the toll the labor shortage takes on their business. But what other factors of the labor shortage should employers be mindful of? The CNBC article dives into the impact of rising wages and inflation on companies and projects.
Building Design + Construction, Mark Schoeman, Principal, AIA
A building’s design intent can powerfully impact the end user. The article explores the connection designers and builders have in making an impact on the end user of educational facilities.
4. Survey: 39% of asphalt pavement produced with energy-saving warm mix–nearly 79M tons of recycled materials used
Equipment World, Joy Powell
What’s trending in the world of construction materials? The post highlights results from a recent survey that demonstrates the sustainable benefits of asphalt pavement mixture.
ForConstructionPros.com, Kimberly Hegeman
In honor of our Independence month, take a look at the most iconic buildings in the US compiled by Curbed.
Construction Dive, Kathleen Brown
Modern project delivery methods are making serious headway in the industry. Read more about a new report that showcases the rise of design-build in US construction.
Bisnow, Travis Gonzales, Skender
As builders, we’re all looking for new and tried methods to construct more efficiently. The Bisnow article identifies six leading strategies for developers to improve their productivity during construction.
The HardHat Professional
In contrast to the CNBC article mentioned above, this post from The HardHat Professional dives into ways for construction companies to retain and recruit more skilled talent.
The NEWS, Maria Taylor
We often hear about the impact of Lean Construction from a hypothetical point of view. Nonetheless, this article dives into just exactly how Lean construction has benefited one company, B&I Contractors.
Information Age, Andrew Ross
How can BIM in construction be utilized to drive real change? The post explores how and where BIM can make an impact for companies and projects.
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