The 2013 AGC Contractors Environmental Conference June 13 and 14 in Arlington, Va., will include cost-effective strategies for firms to remain compliant and competitive. A major theme will be "removing the barriers to action" on the environmental challenges the construction industry is facing.
AGC Contractors Environmental Conference focuses on compliance issues
Plan including sand dunes and mechanical barriers would cost as much as $32 billion.
Researchers say program will reduce injuries, save lives.
Initiatives include cool streets, cool roofs, and broader urban tree canopy.
Enhanced data transmission will make virtual reality more effective, but 5G adoptions will increase gradually. Photo: Pexels
Virtual reality, Internet of Things, robotics, and drones will all benefit from enhanced data flows.
American Concrete Institute document includes major technical changes.
Study finds increased engagement and readiness for new roles.
AAMA document includes mandatory language, optional language, and detailed technical commentary.
Solutions include eliminating single-family zoning and allowing taller apartments in higher-density zones....
Recognition that structures should be acoustically satisfying.
All must comply by January 1.