The construction industry has reached a tipping point. The older generation is retiring at a growing rate, taking with them decades of invaluable knowledge and expertise. Without massive disruption, the industry will soon struggle to meet ongoing demand. As more senior professionals transition out, a new generation with a new mindset is entering the workforce. The challenge is the loss of knowledge, but the opportunity lies in a new perspective.
The road to cities that know your needs may appear inviting, but be sure you know the way
By Tom Sawyer
A vision of the future with smart, efficient, utopian, technology-empowered “smart cities” has gleamed on the horizon for years. The concept offers vague promises that all of a city’s infrastructure and operations will be connecting, communicating and automatically adjusting facilities and services to deliver ever higher levels of satisfaction and efficiency.
Services firm wants to support growth of local companies at home and abroad
Enstoa Inc, a New York-based services firm that specializes in capital projects improvement, has vowed to further expand its presence in China, helping domestic companies seeking more opportunities on the international stage.
Enstoa said it seeks more cooperation in the country, working with either State-owned or privately owned companies, using its functional and digital expertise in international capital projects and proven methodologies to improve project portfolio performance.