Building Success: Business Development for AEC Firms

In the competitive landscape of the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry, effective business development strategies are essential for firms looking to thrive and grow. From attracting new clients to fostering long-term relationships, successful business development initiatives can drive profitability, expand market reach, and position AEC firms for sustained success. In fact, research from Dodge […]

Maximizing ROI in Construction With Building Technologies

Maximizing return on investment (ROI) is a top priority for teams ranging from developers to contractors. With advancements in building technologies, achieving higher efficiency, productivity, and cost-effectiveness has become increasingly possible. This explains why there’s a faster growth in construction technology. Indeed, as per McKinsey, the worldwide investment in architecture, engineering, and construction technology surged […]

How Remote Civil Engineers Analyze Construction Data 

In civil engineering, construction projects span vast landscapes and intricate structures. Therefore, the ability to analyze data remotely has become a game-changer. With advancements in technology and connectivity, civil engineers are leveraging remote analysis techniques to monitor, assess, and optimize construction projects from anywhere in the world. Evidently, these techniques have shown positive results. For […]

Construction Growth in 2024 with Remote Civil Engineers 

The construction industry today finds itself in a profound transformation fueled by technological advancements and evolving work dynamics. In fact, an important shift is underway with the increasing integration of remote work practices. These new practices open fresh opportunities for collaboration, innovation, and expansion. With projections from Upwork suggesting that approximately 36.2 million Americans will […]

How Construction Firms Can Deal With Industry Volatility 

The construction industry is no stranger to volatility. Economic fluctuations, regulatory changes, material shortages, and geopolitical events can all create uncertainty and disrupt business operations. However, despite the challenges posed by industry volatility, there are strategies that construction firms can use to reduce risks. Mastering these helps in adjusting to changing conditions and succeeding in […]

Trending Innovative Materials and Technologies in Building Design

Innovations in building design continually redefine our lifestyles, work environments, and interaction with the world around us. The projection from The Business Research Company’s Green Building Materials Global Market Report 2024 anticipates the global market for green building materials to surge to $490.8 billion by 2028. With an increased focus on sustainability and fueled by […]

Creating Smart Buildings with Architectural Technology 

Buildings are the foundation of towns and cities, showing human creativity and dreams. However, as we step into an era defined by digital transformation, the definition of what makes a building remarkable is changing. In fact, according to Juniper Research, the number of buildings that will deploy smart technologies will grow to 115 million in […]

The Evolving Role of Engineers: What Construction Companies Need in 2024

According to a survey conducted by Deloitte, 76% of E&C executives are investing in technologies to deal with their cost and margin challenges. Additionally, 24% are already investing in robotics and drones to improve the quality and quantity of work. With these smart decisions, construction engineers also need to adapt and innovate. In this blog, […]

Remote Work Revolution: Architecture and Engineering Staffing

In the face of the unprecedented challenges brought on by the 2020 pandemic, businesses worldwide experienced a significant shake-up in how they operated. Suddenly, what was once seen as a luxury, remote work, became essential for keeping businesses running smoothly while also prioritizing the safety of employees. Even in architecture and engineering staffing, known for […]

Mentoring and Professional Development for Architectural and Engineering Staff 

Each year, the architecture and engineering occupations witness an average of 188,000 job openings—a testament to the dynamic nature of these sectors. Yet, in this in-demand landscape, simply possessing technical skills falls short as sustained success demands a commitment to perpetual growth and development. Thus, fostering a culture of mentorship and prioritizing professional development is […]