One way to battle the construction industry’s labor shortage is luring young workers into the field by showcasing the promise of construction tech. We talk about its potential with a Drexel Construction Management stud
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The construction safety technology sector has grown at a fast pace in recent years as new solutions come online that are aimed at making jobsites safer and more connected.
Technology like Spot-r is tackling the unique challenges related to healthcare construction. Learn more in this guest post by Bob Dolan, Triax's National Sales Director.
As construction’s labor shortage continues, new recruiting strategies, workforce development, tech can help
The construction industry is playing catch up as it struggles to lure the next generation of workers into the field. Here are four ways for construction companies to survive the labor shortage.
Technology is rapidly advancing, but unlike other sectors, construction is slow to adopt new solutions. Our own Ian Ouellette recently led a webinar to highlight how technologies like the IoT can improve inefficiencies a
Triax is on the road again in November, traveling to some major conferences and expos to talk wearables, Internet of Things, construction risk and more.
While some technologies have been slower to catch on with builders and contractors, interest in IoT-enabled devices has grown in recent years. On jobsites, these devices are used for everything from monitoring the use of
October is another busy month for Triax as we travel to shows and conferences across the country to meet with industry leaders and bring attention to the benefits of connected jobsites.
In a world where labor is in short supply and schedules and site security is so critical, it’s vital that higher education institutions find ways to streamline these projects and turn up new ways to ensure efficiency a
Now, more than ever, it’s critical for general contractors and builders who are working on healthcare construction projects to meet deadlines and budgets.