Construction Tech Survey Reveals Most US Companies Can’t Deliver As-Built BIM Models

Engineering News-Record By Luke Abaffy “The JBKnowledge 2015 Construction Technology Report received 2,044 responses from construction industry professionals, polled between June 17 and July 8, 2015. JBKnowledge conducted the survey in conjunction with the Construction Financial Management Association, the Texas A&M University Department of Construction Science and HCSS construction software. Most of the companies that […]

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6 Steps to Secure Networks as You Innovate Construction Management Systems

For Construction Pros “The most-common factor limiting contractors’ technology adoption is very likely lack of budget. Nearly 45% of contractors responding to construction-technology firm JBKnowledge Inc.’s 2015 Construction Technology Study spend 1% or less of their revenues on information technology (across all industries, the average IT spend is 3.5% of revenues). And the JBK study […]

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Keeping Up: When Technological Change Begets More, Faster Change

Urban Land Magazine By Patrick J. Kiger “If you want an early glimpse of how the future may look, one place to get it is the Tower at PNC Plaza. Pittsburgh’s newest skyscraper, which has a gleaming curvilinear top that looms 33 stories over downtown, is a $400 million effort to create the world’s greenest […]

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Virtual Profit or Revenue Reality – What Does VR Mean for the Channel?

Channelnomics By Howard Fast “Virtual reality (VR), not so long ago widely regarded as futuristic science fiction, now finds itself newly on the doorstep of a gold-rush boom that could see its appeal quickly broaden from enthusiasts and consumers to businesses in an array of industries. If, indeed, VR proves to be IT’s next big […]

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Tech to Help Your 2016 New Year’s Resolutions

By James Benham One of my biggest recommendations to companies wanting to expand or start a research and development department is to experiment with emerging technology, as much as possible. With the new year upon us, what better time than now to start stocking up on the latest gadgets that will not only keep your […]

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JBKnowledge CEO Weighs in on Technology Changes Coming to Petrochemical Jobsites

James Benham, CEO of JBKnowledge, Inc., is a key contributor to the Petrochemical Workforce Development report titled, “Engaging Millennials in the Petrochemical Work Force: Pathways to the Future.” James discusses rapid advances in the technology industry that are bringing many different changes to petrochemical construction jobsites. Companies are adopting a wide variety of devices that […]

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Construction Technology You Probably Didn’t Know Existed

James Benham, CEO of JBKnowledge, Inc., recently did a podcast with The Construction Leading Edge, a podcast forum for construction professionals who want to grow their leadership skills, business and income. James discussed the common mistakes contractors make when it comes to construction technology and gave some recommendations on how they can avoid them moving […]

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Recycling Technology Bringing the DeLorean Back to the Present

With the much anticipated anniversary of Marty McFly & Doc Brown’s blast to the (then) future date of October 21, 2015 in the 1985 Back to the Future franchise, the stainless steel classic DeLorean is receiving some exciting publicity. Recycling related technology company, Jeplan – short for Japan Environment Planning company, is run by CEO […]

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Augmented Reality: Pending Revolution Already Changing Construction

ForConstructionPros By Larry Stewart Augmented and virtual reality are already changing the way contractors sell and manage projects even though much of the headset hardware capable of extending the technology to project sites is months away from retail stores. The augmented-reality (AR) industry says businesses that depend heavily on field service could save, collectively, as […]

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