3D printing technologies have significantly improved over the past few years and some have even made it to the jobsite. Not to be outdone, NASA, your favorite America space exploration organization, has announced a plan to being building and manufacturing in low-Earth orbit.Read More
Construction Junkie's 5th Annual Best Construction Podcast Competition has officially come to an end and the results have been tallied. It was a very exciting competition this year, with several very strong competitors pulling in tons of votes.Read More
Construction Junkie’s annual Best Construction Podcast Competition is underway for 2019 and the voting booth is officially open. As part of the contest this year, we will be highlighting one of the contest’s nominees each week. This week we highlight Builtcast.Read More
Spot-r, made by Triax Technologies, is a hardware and software solution for employee tracking and safety. It combines a pager-style clip with a proprietary wireless mesh network to communicate hazards, evacuation notices, and locate who is on the site and where. The company recently announced the addition of access control to their Spot-r platform.Read More
Construction Junkie’s annual Best Construction Podcast Competition is underway for 2019 and the voting booth is officially open. As part of the contest this year, we will be highlighting one of the contest’s nominees each week. This week we highlight Contractor Conflicts Podcast.Read More
In 2016, Elon Musk and Tesla announced that they had developed an innovative solar roofing tile that looks almost identical to traditional roof shingles currently on the market. Standard solar panels look be large and clunky on a roof, which made many excited about a nearly “invisible” solar tile option. After 3 years, we recently got a major update into how the installations of the product is going.Read More
In 2017, Built Robotics made headlines as they debuted their self-driving track loader on a test construction site. Earlier this month, the company announced a formal long-term partnership with construction giant Mortenson to deploy their machines on remote sites.Read More
Construction Junkie’s annual Best Construction Podcast Competition is underway for 2019 and the voting booth is officially open. As part of the contest this year, we will be highlighting one of the contest’s nominees each week. This week we highlight Constructrr.
Hosted by construction project manager Brittanie Campbell-Turner, Constructrr is a semi-monthly podcast focusing on technology and collaboration in the construction industry. BIM, Blockchain, and Lean Construction seem to be Campbell-Turner’s main passions and she’s more than qualified to talk on the subjects.
Most episodes feature an interview with someone in the construction industry that “crushing it,” “innovatively efficient,” or positively impactful. These people could either be from her professional life or from the greater industry.
Some of the most recent guests on Constructrr were Marzia Bolpagni, a BIM Consultant and co-editor of the BIM Dictionary and Bill DeBevec, host of the BIM Thoughts.
Campbell-Turner also frequently posts industry event presentation that she gives at tradeshows. I recently listened to the episode titled, “Presentation: Using Blockchain to Unlock the Value of Platforms,” because I wanted to learn more about how blockchain can be applied to the construction industry. I found it to be a great starting point for those interested in the subject and want to know more.
This is the 2nd straight year that Constructrr has been nominated for the Best Construction Podcast Competition, after finishing 8th out 10 in 2018.
If you’d like to vote for The Constructrr Podcast or check out the rest of the nominees in this year’s contest, click here to be linked to the voting booth.
At Autodesk University in London today, PlanGrid has announced the additions of two new features for the platform: Advanced RFIs and Project Hub. The company has promised better project visibility and a streamlined RFI process with the updates.Read More
Since 2012, the team behind construction technology company, JBKnowledge, puts together the most in-depth construction tech reports. The report gives valuable insight into how contractors are utilizing technology in their offices and on the jobsites and identifies current and future trends.Read More