The supply chain crisis as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted nearly every industry in the U.S. An increase in demand and labor shortages paired with this supply-chain bottleneck have created a perfect storm resulting in the deficit of everyday goods. The construction industry supply chain has not been spared. About 30% of […]
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Welcome to the Industry Trends Archive. As the engineering landscape evolves, staying abreast of emerging trends is imperative. Here, we present in-depth analyses of technological advancements, market dynamics, and regulatory changes that are shaping the industry. We are committed to fostering a culture of innovation and invite you to join us in examining the trends that drive engineering forward.
No matter what we do to prepare, there’s no controlling Mother Nature. And unfortunately, it seems that every time we turn around, wildfires, hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and other natural disasters wreak havoc on people and places in our country and all over the world. According to the NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information, “The United
Got Timber? How the Pandemic Has Impacted the Lumber Construction Industry First it was toilet paper, Lysol spray, and then hand sanitizer. What’s next on the pandemic product shortage list? For the construction industry and those looking to build or remodel a home, the lumber shortage is palpable. In an analysis by the National Association
The majority of steel-framed buildings constructed in the first half of the 20th century utilized a particular type of concrete floor system known as “draped mesh concrete slabs”. This system proved highly effective and economical. Unfortunately, many buildings experience significant periods of deferred maintenance, especially when It comes to maintaining their roofs. It Is important