It’s been a newsworthy month for construction articles in September. Have you kept up with the latest construction articles and news from the month? If not, not fret. We’ve curated 10 of our favorite blogs and articles from September that covered insights and thought-provoking conversations on trends and news within the industry.
From new research on how poor communication impacts the construction industry to awe-inspiring time-lapse videos and historical photos, this month’s news covers the past, present and future of construction.
Still catching up news from the summer? You can also read our favorite posts from last month, here.
Top 10 Construction Articles from September
Construction Dive, Laurie Cowin
With the abundance of technology options for construction companies, what are the most important criteria for investment? Read the article to learn how ROI and ease of use plays a major role.
ENR, Alisa Zevin
Poor communication has been plaguing the construction industry–but what’s the true cost? Take a look at this ENR article to learn the significant toll poor data and communication takes on construction.
Bloomberg, Nathaniel Bullard and Miho Kurosaki
In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, this article explores how new weather patterns are testing infrastructure and economies like never before.
Miami Herald, Dylan Jackson
Access to talent is still a major issue in the construction industry. The Miami Herald article highlights how the workforce shortage is impacting one of the hottest construction markets in the U.S.
Construction Junkie, Shane Hedmond
Watch this amazing EarthCam footage of the rebuilding of the 3 World Trade Center, over eight years and 17 years after the attack.
San Francisco Chronicle, Bill Van Niekerken
If you enjoy historical photos and stories of construction, check out this recent article showcasing Depression-era construction photos of the Shasta Dam.
Aarni Heiskanen, AEC Business
You’ve probably heard a good deal of buzz about how AI is transforming construction processes. Learn how artificial intelligence is now being used to provide recommendations in design.
John Caulfield, Building Design & Construction
Coverage from Building Design & Construction reports some of the largest growing trends in documentation in construction including the increased use of 360° cameras.
Lean Station, Medium
The thoughtful blog explores the fundamental nature and factors of construction to learn how to use patterns and new workflows to affect real change.
10. What’s The Best Way To Dig A Hole? Maybe Talk About Whether You Need To Dig A Hole In The First Place
Mike Phillips, Bisnow
In lead up to Bisnow’s Building for the Future event next month, this article takes a look at the some of the hottest topics and conversations happening today in the construction industry.
What Are You Reading? Share Below!
Read any standout blogs or construction articles from September? Share with us in the comments section below! We’d love to read and potentially share on our blog.