As the construction industry continues to innovate, digital design and construction practices are gaining in popularity. Off-site construction is gaining traction because of its cost-efficiency attributed to the reduction of project rework
Known by many as the startup capital of the South, Durham is the site of a blossoming entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Innovators and investors from cities like Silicon Valley, New York City, Boston and elsewhere across the country are beginning to flock to The Bull City as it evolves beyond the historic, brick factory-filled city built by tobacco
Prescient: BIM (Prescient’s Building Information Modeling (BIM) Technology Propels Construction Industry Into the Future)
In an industry traditionally hesitant to change, technological advances are rapidly altering the way buildings are constructed and reshaping the industry as a whole. While the construction industry’s record of innovation and adoption of new technologies, tools and approaches has historically lagged behind most other sectors, it is increasingly embracing technology
Significant shifts in housing demand and macro-economic conditions are creating a major gap between supply and demand for properties in desirable locations. Increasing numbers of U.S. residents are moving closer to city centers where jobs and social experiences are greater.