The growth of the construction industry has leading companies demanding more efficient technology solutions that not only eliminate crime on-site but also help project managers remotely control and manage multiple jobsites at once.
Over the past decade, technology has transformed the landscape of the construction industry at an incredibly rapid pace. Software and tools for every aspect of the construction process have emerged, and ideas that once seemed like a pipe dream are now reality. One of the latest concepts rising to the forefront of innovative technology is that of the preconstruction data lifecycle.
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McCarthy’s Contribution to Filling the Need for Skilled, Construction Industry Workers
The TEXO Foundation is working to fill the increase in job openings by educating, recruiting, training, and retaining the next generation of construction professionals.
Initiated by the growing demand for a highly skilled workforce, CEF was created with the mission to provide our industry with the most qualified, technically trained, and safe craft professionals.
To end the construction workforce drought in Texas, CTE programs are being developed by industry organizations, private companies, and Texas schools.
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