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Smarter Than the Average Building

Smart phones, smart TVs, smart homes and now smart buildings. This rapidly expanding trend changes the way builders construct and owners manage their buildings.

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C.W. Driver Companies Announces Completion of the $50 Million Newport Beach Country Club

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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.–C.W. Driver Companies, a premier builder serving California since 1919 and a member of AGC of California and the San Diego Chapter of AGC of America, today announced the completion of the $50 million Newport Beach Country Club. Located at One Clubhouse Drive in Newport Beach, California, the 65,000-square-foot, two-level luxury development is owned by International Bay Clubs, ...

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Automation on the Jobsite: How Contractors Are Exploring New Ways to Build

Technology continues evolving, offering opportunities for construction firms to automate some practices and explore new ways to build. Drones have made significant inroads, while robotics and 3D printing hold potential but are not in widespread use.

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Three Questions That Can Help You Better Manage Corrosion

For many, corrosion may seem like a minor problem. A little rust here and there, maybe some pipes weaken and need to be replaced down the road — nothing that can’t be handled. And on a case-by-case basis, this may be true, because sometimes all corrosion amounts to is a little rust.

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Construction Cameras Break Through Barriers in Project Management

Project managers are not the only team members responsible for managing various aspects of construction projects. General contractors, project owners – and their teams – are all involved in making decisions that affect quality, costs and timelines on any project. A construction camera that provides time-lapse capabilities, a well-organized photographic record, and live video serves the interests of all these roles by enabling them to see, track and document jobsite activity even when they’re not at the site.

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