Design / Build
Man vs. Machine: How technology can drastically reduce fatal blind spot incidents on construction sites - by Mason Ford
The construction industry is heading in the direction of autonomy and robotic equipment operation, but before we get to that critical point, we first need to solve safety issues with the integration of object detection and avoidance technology. A roadmap exists to get us there, as the automotive industry is already leveraging backup cameras and avoidance technology, but the construction industry has been slow to follow suit.
Greenvale, NY Mojo Stumer Associates promoted two employees, Alisha Reiben and George Luis Cumella, to the position of associate. Reiben, who has been an instrumental force in the firm’s financial operations as controller, has consistently exhibited a high level of professionalism, integrity, and meticulousness in her work.
New projects and buildings have wide-ranging effects on surrounding communities, ecosystems, and businesses. They impact the physical and mental well-being of individuals, the equitable distribution of economic resources, and future business opportunities. When a developer doesn’t seek out meaningful community input, they risk alienating neighborhoods and locals, while also missing a great opportunity to enrich the design impact of their project.
Manhattan, NY Elegran | Forbes Global Properties and LocalizeOS have expanded their partnership to the brokerage level. After a year of revolutionizing the agent experience, the collaboration now extends to the entire brokerage, unlocking engagement technology and positioning Elegran’s advisors at the forefront of the real estate industry.