Jake Morin's Articles

Four Tips to Make Sure Drones Don’t Leave You High and Dry

A decent amount of red tape comes with the adoption of drones in the workplace, so here is what construction owners and contractors can do to avoid putting their companies and crews at risk.

Equip Construction Managers to Minimize Safety Risks

Construction managers help shoulder the responsibility of safety, ensuring the appropriate measures have been integrated into all aspects of the construction process while combatting the pressures of time, labor, cost, scope and quality. With the advent of new technologies, in addition to the right partners and resources, construction managers are more equipped than ever to tackle safety and minimize risk exposure.

Best Practices for Evaluating Insurance Investments

Making a higher spend at the beginning by investing in the cost of quality and minimized risk can often result in much greater savings at the end. 

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Building a Team by Building the Community
Many organizations have the ability to show support through monetary donations...

IoT Is the Next Frontier for Drone Data
AEC firms are building on what wearable device-loving fitness enthusiasts have...

IPD: A Commitment to Teamwork
When used properly, BIM facilitates the type of collaboration in programming...

Components of a Quality Project Safety Culture
By making safety a key component of every project right from the start, companies...

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