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New research predicts that global urbanization will fuel smart cities market growth by nearly 19% over the next 10 years. A recently released report by Persistence Market Research determined that the worldwide smart cities market will grow from its c...

 Construction sites can be dangerous places. And while recent advancements in safety technology have done a lot to help protect workers, there hasn’t been as much focus on protecting the site itself from things like fire, water and mold d...

Four parts hemp hurd, one part lime binder, and one part water is all you need to make hempcrete, a durable building material similar to pressboard or adobe. Just fill up the form with hempcrete, tamp it down, and once it's set, you're set! (more&hel...

 A San Diego startup called eSUB Construction Software has raised $5 million in a Series A round led by Revolution Ventures according to President and CEO Wendy Rogers. The company’s cloud-based project management apps help subcontract...

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 The Skyscraper Art Deco Watch is a new crowdfunded piece by horologist Mark Carson and designer Richard Paige. Based on Art Deco skyscraper decoration – think the Empire State Building’s handsome arches or the swooping buttresses of...

It took just days for a construction crew to repair a road that collapsed into a sinkhole in the business district of Fukuoka, Japan. From CNN: After the sinkhole appeared on November 8, subcontractors worked around the clock to fill in the 30...