Author: The HardHat Professional

Study: Manual Data Entry Still Hampers Job Site Construction

Study: Manual Data Entry Still Hampers Job Site Construction

Nearly half of construction managers still capture critical job site quality data manually, and one-third still use paper and pen to track data. Furthermore, construction managers and executives are collecting and managing their work information on multiple platforms. These are some of the key findings from a survey of more than 500 executives and managers in the construction and engineering field... »

4 Construction Myths Debunked

4 Construction Myths Debunked

The construction industry has been the subject of jokes, myths and rumours for decades and, while some jokes are funny, the misconceptions have harmed the industry. »

Here is why it is a good idea to colour code hard hats

Here is why it is a good idea to colour code hard hats

Ever since they were first used in early major construction projects in the United States back in the 1930s, the hard hat has been an ever-present safety accessory on most heavy industry sites all over the world. »

Construction Skills Most Vulnerable to Innovation 

Construction Skills Most Vulnerable to Innovation 

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3 Reasons Why Cloud Data Can Help Conserve Water

3 Reasons Why Cloud Data Can Help Conserve Water

Cloud-based technology can help reduce water usage and improve the water scarcity situation in the country, as well as solve the problem of urban water waste. South African cities lose nearly 37% of their water to leakage, above the global average of between 25% and 30%, according to the 2017 GreenCape market intelligence report. Apart from modernising the infrastructure, municipalities can have t... »