How a Portland company went from electrical work to full-on construction - Portland Business Journal
In 1998, Maurice Rahming and Ali O'Neill founded O'Neill Electric Inc. in their attic because their garage was too small.
Buildings could "definitely" be made exclusively from plant-based products says biomaterials CEO
Architects could soon be designing homes and other buildings using nothing but biomaterials, according to Biobased Creations CEO Lucas De Man.
Council house waiting lists 'could double as Covid support ends'
Council housing waiting lists "could double" by next year, the Local Government Association (LGA) has warned - a situation it said was avoided last year due to extensions to pandemic support measures that are now winding down.
Rider Vevett Bucknall's Crane Index hints at less building in Portland - Portland Business Journal
Two new reports provide a snapshot into the state of the construction industry in Portland.
Britain's energy crisis is spiralling - but all we get is a spat between ministers | Gaby Hinsliff
he clock is ticking, and the threat to livelihoods could not be clearer.
AI Con-Tech Startup Togal.ai Launches Product Automating Takeoffs
Togal.ai, an artificial intelligence construction-tech startup, launched its automated estimation product this week, saying it can shorten the estimating process from weeks to seconds.
Ask a supply chain expert anything about the UK shortages crisis
The Covid-19 pandemic and Brexit are being blamed for the staff shortages that have impacted the delivery of fuel in the UK.
Procore's Levelset Purchase A `Trojan Horse' In Battle For Market Dominance
Procore, the maker of construction management software that went public this year, may pull away from rivals after making its biggest acquisition yet.
Investigation underway after worker dies at East Boston construction site
"I was working on the fifth floor and suddenly I heard like a noise, a very loud noise"
A man working at an East Boston construction site died Wednesday morning, according to authorities.
'We've set higher standards': Victoria construction industry returns under strict Covid rules
The Victorian Government has warned the construction sector must adhere to strict Covid-19 protocols if it is to remain open as the industry resumes after a two-week hiatus.