“The AEC industry is broken,” says Barton Malow Project Director Jason McFadden. Intrigued, StrXur’s Sasha Reed went to investigate how McFadden is uniting diverse generations of expertise on a massive jobsite to affect cultural industry change. The following transcript
Rather than fighting to control the proliferation of apps, perhaps we should be training our eyes to look for signs of long-term viability among all the fins in the water. In part one of this series, I shared some insights gained
Typically at the beginning of the year, I like to do my own assessment of what to predict from the tech space. Before I read the headlines from CES or any of the tech bloggers, I try and look into
How Did a Drywall Subcontractor Achieve One of the Most Exciting Breakthroughs In Augmented Reality? A better question might even be, “Why did a dry wall subcontractor achieve one of the most exciting breakthroughs in augmented reality?” The fact is,
After running into Philip Lorenzo—founder of laser scanning software company Rithm—at AECX in Los Angeles, StrXur hit up Philip to talk tech, Millennials in AEC, and advice for building-savvy entrepreneurs. There’s a lot of talk about how it’s so hard
The brainchild of organizers Cody Nowak and Kameron Burk, AECX is a grassroots endeavor aimed at profiling and sharing the technology and innovation currently redefining the landscape of the AEC industry. This first-of-its-kind event in the Los Angeles area helps
Representing a new wave of innovation and product development, “hackathons” are rapidly becoming a staple of modern innovation.
Can Google Glass revolutionize construction by overlaying model data on real objects and capturing actual field conditions?