Construction Industry

Foresite partners with Lilt to break down language barriers

Foresite Technology Solutions, a construction-focused SaaS company, today announced partnering with global experience platform Lilt to integrate multilingual content into its platform, according to a press release.

Through this partnership Foresite aims to eliminate safety issues for construction workers which stem from communication errors. The company pointed to a 2019 study conducted by the American Council on the Teaching of

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More Recruitment Tips from MTD 100 Dealers

Where can you find good employees? How do you keep them? More MTD 100 dealers share recruitment and retention tips here.

Jon Langerak, chairman and CEO of Wonderland Tire Co., Byron Point, Mich: “I have not seen it this bad as long as I’ve been in business. It’s been across the board – from office staff to managers and service

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Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights Dycom Industries and

For Immediate Release

Chicago, IL – July 20, 2022 – Today, Zacks Equity Research discusses Dycom Industries, Inc. DY and Primoris Services Corp. PRIM.

Industry: Heavy Construction

Link: https://www.zacks.com/commentary/1954130/2-heavy-construction-stocks-to-buy-despite-industry-challenges

Unprecedented supply-chain issues and project delays, a tight labor market as well as rising costs are taking a toll on the Zacks Building Products – Heavy Construction industry. Nonetheless, solid growth

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Nemetschek invests in UK start-up SymTerra

Nemetschek Group announces its investment in UK-based start-up SymTerra. This is a new communications platform for mobile devices aimed squarely at the construction industry.

The Nemetschek Group has just announced its investment in the UK-based start-up SymTerra. This is a new communications platform for mobile and desktop devices aimed squarely at the construction industry.

It is estimated that around 30

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Is Housing the Next Shoe to Drop for the Economy?

The confidence of homebuilders fell 12 points in July in its sharpest drop since the early days of the coronavirus, the National Association of Homebuilders reported on Monday.

The organization’s monthly index dropped to 55 from 67 in June and is now at its lowest level since May 2020.

“Production bottlenecks, rising home building costs and high inflation are causing

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