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Construction Intelligence – Drones as Coworkers?

From intelligent infrastructures to the use of drones for bridge inspections, technology is finally carving its way into the construction industry. With the exponentially increasing ability to capture and analyze vast quantities of data from objects—bridge piers and pavements, for example—the dream of an intelligent infrastructure is now within reach. Over time, the valuable feedback […]

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Georgia construction jobs that need bids TODAY!

Construction Project Name: Family Dollar – Gainesville (NEGOTIATED) Gainesville, Georgia 30507 Bid Due Date: August 20th 2015 Description: This construction job consists of an estimated 8,000sf free-standing Family Dollar retail store and all associated site work. Scope of work includes but is not limited to: site demo, earthwork, erosion control, site utilities, asphalt paving, striping, concrete […]

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Pennsylvania Construction Projects – Bid Today & Work Tomorrow!

The construction industry in Pennsylvania is looking pretty good this year. Recent economic data indicates steadily improving conditions for growth. Long-term gross domestic product (GDP) growth trends show momentum in Pennsylvania’s economy, with the state finally regaining its prerecession growth trajectory. Though recovering economic ground lost during the recession will take years, the state’s economy […]

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Maryland & Virginia’s Construction Job Market

While the Virginia and Maryland markets remain stubbornly below pre-recession levels, certain sectors of the industry are taking up some of the slack. The construction industry is a driving force for Maryland’s economy, benefiting from Maryland’s position as a major metropolitan region with proximity to the federal government, as well as technology, healthcare and education centers. […]

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