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Success in the construction industry requires keeping your project on target, on time, and on budget. Effective two way communication is arguably the most important key to making that happen. Several wireless communications technologies are particularly effective in helping architects, engineering firms, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers manage that process.
On a construction site, everything hums along fine as long as the teams of carpenters, welders and electricians have all the tools and materials they need to get their work done. Delays come when the teams fail to coordinate their efforts. Carpenters need electricians to reroute lengths of conduit. Electricians need engineers to explain discrepancies […]Read more →
Two-way radios have become mainstays in the construction industry because they help workers get quick answers to all the nagging questions that bog things down on a worksite. Their supervisors have another question on their minds these days: whether to upgrade their analog two-way radios to the latest digital models. A lot of companies would […]Read more →
After years in the doldrums, homebuilding is picking up steam. Housing starts are back up to about 1 million per year, double the rate seen during the depths of the recession. This increased level of activity is still less than half of that which the industry enjoyed at the peak of the housing boom in 2006, […]Read more →
In February, President Obama proposed a sweeping four-year, $302 billion transportation plan that would expand public-transit options, rejuvenate aging infrastructure, and boost highway construction spending by more than 20 percent. While the President’s initiative sounds like great news for the construction sector, it’s dependent upon proposed corporate tax reforms whose future is far from certain. Contractors […]Read more →