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Increasing Jobsite Efficiency and Collaboration with Mobility

Before 2020, construction was the second least digitized industry in the world, second only to agriculture. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the industry’s adoption of new technologies to maintain and improve jobsite efficiency. A key factor behind this shift? Mobility.

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Keeping a Safe Distance

In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, DPR Construction was facing a challenge many contractors were experiencing. A rash of infections had popped up at a San Diego jobsite that threatened their ability to stay on schedule.

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Talent in Residence

The Robert L Bowen Industry Residency Program began in 2011. Thirty-nine professors have participated thus far, an experience Courtney Bishop, program director of AGC’s Education & Research Foundation, says is an investment in the future of the industry, one that provides valuable current professional experience that can be shared in the classroom.

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Solving a Billion-Dollar Problem

The headlines pop up with alarming regularity, from coast to coast and all points in between, buttressing estimates from the National Insurance Crime Bureau that about $1 billion in construction equipment is stolen in the United States each year.

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