Building Tech & Products 05.21.21
The capability challenge, our Dream Team posits, can only be solved through the embrace of data, technology, process and a pivot to collaboration in a dog-eat-dog culture.
Building Tech & Products 05.18.21
In Part 2 of Capability and Culture, our Dream Team measures the ramifications of construction's labor crisis, and how the consequences of this seemingly insurmountable challenge may be the catalyst needed to embrace innovation.
How powerfully will the blended allure of desirably-priced housing and liberation from a daily commute move people to move, predictably?
In shock-therapy approach, the National Association of Realtors calls on lawmakers to call housing what it is ... infrastructure, and fund it accordingly.
Vertical construction got underway this month on a house in Chatham Park, N.C., whose name is Barnaby. Here's why.
Marketing & Sales 05.18.21
Sellers -- whether it's a new home or a resale -- are confident they're in the driver's seat. Buyer sentiment, however, shows signs of wear, tear, and fear of not having what it takes. Mind the gap.
In its perfect form – where perimeter identically measures its area – a triangle sets a precise scope and magnitude of challenge people in the complex community of housing investment, development, design, construction, and delivery find toughest to solve.
Building Tech & Products 05.04.21
Eli Broad, RIP — TBD salutes the achievement, force of will, and fearless focus on an unmet need among working households for a shot at the American Dream of one of building's legends.
The White House's $2 trillion infrastructure plan weaves a transformative approach to housing as a solution into its jobs, transportation, water, power, and digital access ecosystem.
The International Code Council announced a new "framework" for code development. A dispute intensified. Now what?