Commercial drones are really taking off, especially in the construction industry. If you’re new to drones – and want to learn more – here’s a great primer to get you up, up, and away.
This recent study by the National Association of Home Builders contains some key insights about the current state of women in construction.
When you drive by all those empty box stores – Toys “R” Us, Sears, and others – don’t let potential opportunities also pass by. There’s big construction business in vacated retail space.
Last but not least. Of all the news and highlights of 2018 (so far), technology’s massive impact on construction is not debatable.
As many of you are aware, the logistics market is one of the largest opportunities for Butler and our builders.
And while new warehouses are in high demand, breathing new life into older buildings is keeping the construction industry busy, too.
They’re going up everywhere, thanks to the on-demand nature of just about everything. Whether it’s Amazon’s huge monster warehouse or the many other facilities popping up in strategic locations worldwide, Butler Builders have been busy keeping up.
This story out of Virginia is a microcosm of what’s driving the trend. “Nationally and in Virginia, the growth of e-commerce is driving much of the momentum as online customers order more stuff that needs to be stored and delivered. In the race to shorten delivery times, retailers — both traditional and online — want distribution centers close to population centers.”
Our team is proud to have completed the new Engineering Office for Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida in Belle Glade, FL