Jun 15, 2021

4 examples of new construction methods

Innovation in the construction industry is needed now. Although it is known for moving on a slower pace and fall behind other industries, there are more players like us coming into the mix that are betting on disrupting the industry and doing things differently.  Together, we are becoming the face on innovation for the sector […]

Jun 03, 2021

What is supply chain management and why is it important?

If the pandemic taught all of us something was that an optimal management of the supply chain guarantees that toilet paper won´t be running out on your local supermarket. If that does not tell you that this is an important area withing every industry, nothing else will better explain it. Nonetheless, when it comes to […]

Mar 01, 2021

Smart Buildings: What are they and how do they work

Gone are the days when being cool and being smart didn´t pair up: smart is cool (a wise choice many could have appreciated back in their school days). Nowadays, there is something about adding the word “smart” ahead of common objects that automatically makes it seem, well… smarter. From smartphones, to smart cars and of […]

May 07, 2020

The future of construction, technology and working remotely

 “The adoption of automation in the construction industry is more likely to make it more efficient than it is to diminish employment opportunities.” Although the current crisis has propelled the digital revolution of many companies and industries, the conversation around digital solutions is not new to the construction sector, where new technologies have been present […]

Apr 13, 2020

Coronavirus and the construction sector: how can the industry get back on its feet following the crisis?

  The world economy is going through a major crisis caused by COVID-19 pandemic. This health emergency, which is still expanding, will have an impact on all the economic sectors, including the construction industry. During the 2008 financial crisis, which led to the decline of many developed economies, and resulted in job losses for millions […]