The global AR market is expected to be valued at more than $1.2 trillion by the decade’s end, up from about $37 billion in 2019. On the client front, AR means efficient project staging and making preconstruction projects tangible for buyers and tenants.
For builders and developers, AR facilitates the use of wearable technology and 360-degree video to enable the following:
Augmented reality is affecting construction—in winning more projects, improving safety and facilitating team interaction.
Women are increasingly joining the construction workforce, in skilled trades all the way to the executive suite.
From AI and advanced intelligent materials to drones and robotics, the construction industry is building better and more sustainably.
Skilled trades let you follow your passion in a specialized way.
Infrastructure builds big to move people and products.
There are many paths to construction and many ways to get there.
Construction is going green every which way, every day.
You can use your skills, make good money, and do something meaningful.