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Machine Learning Will Take Volatility Out of Construction

The construction industry is subject to an enormous amount of volatility. From supply chain issues to unpredictable weather delays. The host of MarketScale's Cross Sections, Anthony Gude posed a few questions to Ilia Zelenkin of Bitskout about his vision for the future of Machine learning and AI in optimizing the construction processes. The Read more

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Machine Learning Will Take Volatility Out of Construction
The construction industry is subject to an enormous amount of volatility. From supply chain issues to unpredictable weather delays. The host of MarketScale's Cross Sections, Read more
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Concrete Construction Offsets Emissions, but Is It Viable for Green Building Strategies?
  A recent study from the IPCC found that concrete construction offsets around 50% of the emissions caused by the production of cement. The host of Build for Impact, Daniel Read more
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How to Keep Safety First During a Skilled Labor Shortage
Labor shortages have been a constant challenge across a number of industries. Which poses a really interesting question: How do hiring challenges affect the potential safety Read more
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Construction Firms Aim To Maintain Resiliency Despite Many Challenges
According to new research from Sterling Seacrest Partners, the labor shortage the worry for the construction industry. We asked Jad Buckman, the Business Development Director for Read more
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Stacking Challenges From Labor to Material Costs Threaten New Construction
The construction industry is in a precarious place, the demand is through the roof but shortages between labor and supplies threaten the supply of new construction. The Host of Read more
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How Can Contractors Keep Up with a Construction Boom?
  With the economic recovery holding strong, many industries are quickly rebounding, including construction. So, what’s the outlook post-COVID. Host Tyler Kern spoke with Read more

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 Modular construction has grown tremendously in the past few years, leading many to believe it's a new innovation in the building industry. In reality, it has been around for quite awhile, but has Read more
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Machine Learning Will Take Volatility Out of Construction
September 14, 2021
The construction industry is subject to an enormous amount of volatility. From supply chain issues to unpredictable weather delays. The host of MarketScale's Cross Sections, Anthony Gude posed a few questions to Ilia Zelenkin of Bitskout about his vision for the future of Machine learning and AI in optimizing the construction processes. The Read more
Concrete Construction Offsets Emissions, but Is It Viable for Green Building Strategies?
September 7, 2021
  A recent study from the IPCC found that concrete construction offsets around 50% of the emissions caused by the production of cement. The host of Build for Impact, Daniel Huard, examines if this a viable reason to center concrete as part of green building strategies? Follow us on social media for the latest updates in B2B! Twitter Read more
How to Keep Safety First During a Skilled Labor Shortage
September 1, 2021
Labor shortages have been a constant challenge across a number of industries. Which poses a really interesting question: How do hiring challenges affect the potential safety conditions of a company? To get some insight into this question MarketScale called upon one of the hosts of the Safety Justice League podcast, Abby Ferri, to give some us some Read more
Construction Firms Aim To Maintain Resiliency Despite Many Challenges
September 1, 2021
According to new research from Sterling Seacrest Partners, the labor shortage the worry for the construction industry. We asked Jad Buckman, the Business Development Director for Epcon Communities, what aspects of these challenges are in construction companies' control, and how should they build long-term resiliency against these Read more
Stacking Challenges From Labor to Material Costs Threaten New Construction
August 31, 2021
The construction industry is in a precarious place, the demand is through the roof but shortages between labor and supplies threaten the supply of new construction. The Host of MarketScale's Build for Impact, Daniel Huard, shared his thoughts on how rising construction costs caused by material shortages, labor shortages, and COVID-related safety Read more
How Can Contractors Keep Up with a Construction Boom?
August 2, 2021
  With the economic recovery holding strong, many industries are quickly rebounding, including construction. So, what’s the outlook post-COVID. Host Tyler Kern spoke with an industry expert on the subject, Jason Perez, CEO of YARDZ. “2021 looks amazing for the industry. There are more projects but sometimes fewer people, so technology Read more
What’s the True Cost of Machine Downtime?
July 28, 2021
The continuous modernization of industrial processes is dizzying and exciting. All Systems Go is a show that intends to demystify the varying technologies—from UAVs and robotics to supply chain software and virtual reality sims—and how they will advance everything from logistics to manufacturing across the globe. Senseye’s recently-launched report, Read more
Are Home Depot, Lowe’s the Right Suppliers for Home Improvement Pros?
July 24, 2021
The pandemic brought a boom to the DIY market, and home improvement juggernauts like Home Depot and Lowe’s took advantage. Now, though, with reopening back in full swing, "nesters" losing the DIY itch and work picking up for construction professionals, the big box retailers are shifting away from that consumer market and back to industry professionals. To Read more
How to Maximize Growth In The Modular Construction Network
July 12, 2021
Cross-Sections brings to you bite-size conversations with host Anthony Gude as he chats with colleagues and leaders in the construction and industrial ecosystem.    On this episode of Cross-Sections, Host Anthony Gude talked with Colby Swanson, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Operations Director, Modular Mobilization Coalition, and Read more