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The world of construction materials is constantly evolving. New construction materials are being researched and offered to the public all the time. Here are some of the new constru[...]
Since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law in 1990, our society has made more of an effort to make spaces accessible for people with disabilities. However,[...]
An important part of constructing buildings is including protection in the design. As wildfires and the climate continues to worsen, protection from fire damage is becoming increas[...]
Historically, the construction sector has been slow to adopt new technologies and methods. This reluctance has had an impact on the efficiency of construction. Here are 3 ways to i[...]
Climate change has an impact on biodiversity, but biodiversity also changes the impacts of climate change. In this blog post we will be going over the link between the two and some[...]
Renewable energy could be the technology that saves us and the planet from changing climate. We have to be careful though – some aren’t as environmentally friendly as they seem. Re[...]
With big examples in modern pop culture, like Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s home, minimalism has become one of the top design styles. In this article, we will be going back to ba[...]
Rumored to have been first discovered in 1962, graphene was rediscovered in 2004 at the University of Manchester. Years went by and the researchers were awarded the Nobel Prize in [...]
It is the opinion of some in the tech industry that LiDAR will soon be obsolete. Is LiDAR actually doomed to be pushed aside by new technology? Could all surveyors someday decide n[...]
We find the development of new construction materials to be fascinating. Some material being developed now could end up being the material of choice in the near future. It seems li[...]
Since the start of COVID-19, it is common to see disposable masks and gloves everywhere. According to National Geographic, “65 billion gloves are used every month. The tally for fa[...]
Wood is a hot commodity. In the U.S. alone, we consume 10 to 15 billion cubic feet of wood and paper products every year. Wood is readily available, easy to build with, and attract[...]