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Taking Control of the Future Brings Success

The construction industry is dynamic — ever changing and evolving through technology. The way contractors work today is clearly much different than 50 years ago — or 20 years — or even five years ago. The big difference is due to advances in technology in the machines and tools that enable greater productivity, reduce time and provide better results.

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Integrating Technology with Stakeholder Support

Historically, the construction industry has been labeled as resistant to change. Relative to other sectors, many have argued that the acceptance of technology and innovation into the construction workflow has been notably slower. But rarely is the rationale behind that concept explored.

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Special Delivery

Gone are the days of the master builder. In the years since, various delivery methods have been utilized by the construction industry's many arms. Increasingly though, firms are finding that shared risk equals shared reward, and collaboration is the key to success.

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Hyndsight Offers Easy Photo Monitoring

Imagine placing cameras in the most inaccessible places possible. What couldn’t be done is now doable with Hyndsight Vision Systems, a rugged, wire-free camera and monitoring system. “The biggest benefits are safety and avoiding downtime,” says Craig Fleming, regional equipment manager for Walsh Construction Co., a member of multiple chapters, which had installed eight cameras atop a 100-ton Mi-Jack gantry ...

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Carno Law Group Welcomes New Senior Attorney

Carno Law Group, a member of AGC of California, is a preeminent construction litigation firm that specializes in serving contractors, subcontractors, haulers and material & equipment providers with respect to payment disputes.  The firm recently welcomed Mark Walsh onto its team as senior attorney. Mark has more than 15 years of experience in respect to construction law, business litigation, consumer ...

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Adding it Up

Contractors need to prepare for new revenue recognition standards.

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Girl Power

Earlier this year Constructor magazine sat down with two amazing women in the industry to get their take on what it means to be in a predominantly male industry, the obstacles they’ve faced in their journey, and whether they would choose the same career again. Spoiler alert: They would. This is the second article in a series on women in construction.

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Constructor – The Centennial Issue

In November 1918, a group of general contractors met at the LaSalle Hotel in Chicago, Illinois. Out of the 250 in attendance, 97 walked out as part of an organization that would serve as the single voice for the construction industry for the next 100 years.

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