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Technology is defined as the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes, especially in industry. The construction industry is rapidly upping it’s technological game with building information modeling, implementation and integration of green technology and processes, and the use of drones, augmented reality and other technological innovations that have been adapted for the industry. These innovations make projects run smoother, have fewer delays, create transparency for all parties and generally see all stakeholders be on the same page.

    Online Ratings for Leasing Matter

    In today’s world of advancing technology, online reviews have become increasingly important. When tenants are looking for a specific product, they will research brands to compare. They compare price..

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    Smart Building Skills to Learn and Employ

    Technology is integrated into everything we do today. In the construction industry, signs of having people employed who have technical acumen are emerging. From smart cities and smart buildings down..

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    How to Properly Conduct a Virtual Model Home Tour

    Conducting an in-person model home tour is one thing, but doing it virtually is another. The ultimate goal of a model home tour is to create a connection between the buyer and the home. When the..

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    The Benefits of Wearable Technology in Construction

    Technology has made a multitude of advancements in the last decade, especially in the last few years. The trend doesn’t seem to be slowing down, either, as humans look for ways to make their lives..

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    Visual Wearable Technology Enhances Safety

    Wearable technology is gaining ground in the construction industry. Companies are adapting with the ever-changing technology landscape and learning how to employ specific technologies to their..

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    Tactile Wearable Technology to Limit Injuries

    As technology advances and more innovations come to light, the construction industry is finding unique ways to make these advancements work. Wearable technology is one of the newest forms of..

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    Sensing Wearable Technology in Construction

    There are three categories of wearable technology in construction: Tactile, visual and sensing. Tactile and visual wearable technology are both great ways to reduce injuries and accidents, as well as..

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    Successful Implementation of Wearable Technology

    Wearable technology is an up and coming innovation in the construction industry. It can be broken down into three categories: Tactile wearables, visual wearables and sensing wearables. As the final..

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    Top 5 Building Information Modeling Software Solutions

    Building information modeling software is an up and coming technology trend in the world of construction. Although it’s likely to be more than a trend going forward, it’s something we should see..

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    Marketing 101: Attracting Buyers to New Developments

    Marketing and selling a new development is a little different from selling an older home, and typically attracts a different buyer as well. Marketing an older home already comes with the advantages..

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    Luxury Rentals: What Renters are Looking For

    Luxury rentals are an excellent way for investors to target a wealthier tenant group and charge more than they could in a standard rental. Of course, this type of building project will also cost more..

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    What is Smart Construction?

    Smart construction is not the same thing as SMART Technology, although it would be easy to confuse the two. SMART is an acronym that stands for Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology...

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