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The Digital Edition of Construction Executive's January/February Issue Is Now Available

Stepping Up to Serve
D.C.-based ABC National Chair George R. Nash Jr. Prioritizes Safety, Smiles and Second Chances

It’s no secret that George R. Nash Jr. loves his work. He enters any room with a big smile, a strong voice, a sense of purpose and a willingness to lend a hand. With a knack for putting others at ease while making his expectations known and keeping them motivated, he’s just the guy you’d want to be the face of a national construction organization.

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In Control
Bringing Connected Data to Life Helps Building Owners Make Better Business Decisions

The internet of things (IoT)—it’s a clumsy term that the construction industry better get used to. Put simply, the IoT allows objects to be sensed or controlled remotely across an existing network infrastructure. Today’s smart buildings provide enhanced control over systems such as lighting and HVAC, resulting in better occupant experiences, significant energy savings and the ability to meet environmental goals.

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Eating at the Big Kids’ Table: The Growing Impact of Tech-savvy Subs
Learn how subcontractors can successfully marry old-school craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology to gain savings and win over customers.
  Feb 21, 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT

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Future Construction
Top Predictions From Industry Leaders

Two overriding concerns for 2018 and beyond—the labor shortage and productivity—are on the minds of this year’s Construction Executive future technology panel.

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Looking Back
Construction Executive's 15th Anniversary

In Construction Executive's 15-year history, I have watched the industry evolve from CAD to BIM, paper to cloud, desktop to mobile, boom to recession and silos to collaboration, not to mention revolutionize its safety and project delivery methods—all while attracting an increasingly diverse generation of talent. CE has been there every step of the way and looks forward to seeing what the next 15 years bring. Let's enjoy a quick retrospective as we gear up to deliver the best content yet in 2018. — Lauren Pinch, Editor-in-Chief

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Construction Technology

• Gain a Competitive Edge With Closed-loop Estimating
• Using Technology to Bridge Construction's Labor Gap
• Make the Most of Aftermarket Revenue Opportunities
• Five Cloud Computing Trends to Track in 2018
• How the FAA's LAANC Helps Commercial Drone Programs

Optimize Your Time and Reduce Costs With Payment Automation
Discover the latest advances in electronic payments, how to streamline AP invoice routing and approval workflows, and ways payments can be automated.
  March 21, 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT

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Also in This Issue

Washington Update Tax Reform Decades in the Making
Economic Outlook Upticks Ahead for School, Office, Recreation and Manufacturing Sectors
Construction Markets No Room for Error as Data Center Construction Ramps Up
Equipment Sensors Advance Safety and Productivity in Access Equipment
Workforce A Strong Company Foundation Starts With Employee Engagement
Risk Federal Laws Applying to Opioid Use and Addiction
Legal When It Comes to Mechanic's Liens Claims, Pay Now or Pay Big Later
Community Outreach A Blueprint for Constructing Communities
Viewpoints What are some of the exciting advancements happening with regard to smart, resilient cities?
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