Blog Category: Construction

Changing the Course of Homebuilding: The Unity Home Displays a Better Way to Build at Greenbuild 2015

Tedd Benson, founder of Unity Homes, an off-site fabricator of high-performance homes based in Walpole, New Hampshire, is looking to change the traditional homebuilding equation. By improving longevity and delivering high-quality craftsmanship, Unity Homes is enhancing occupant’s overall quality of life in sustainable and beautiful, thoughtfully designed homes. Benson started Unity Homes to raise the […]

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Construct-Ed Partners with Educators, Associations and Companies to Provide Online Education

Today most aspects of a construction project can be managed remotely. Site plans, checklists, punch items and job photos are sent to cloud servers where all parties can view progress from any enabled device. The same is happening for training and education — the construction community is turning to the Web to share trade skills, […]

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New Integration Technology Breaks Down Construction Industry Productivity Barriers

On-the-go construction workers in the field need to find relevant information quickly from project plans to emails, tasks and schedules – with, or without network coverage. harmon.ie is a digital workforce innovator looking to empower construction personnel with mobile and offline access to critical documents, checklists, emails and more by increasing collaboration capabilities and breaking down […]

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US Builders Review to Showcase Brookfield Residential and the PureBlue Home

Brookfield Residential’s PureBlue Home will be showcased on the cover of the upcoming Greenbuild Special Edition of US Builders Review. Since 1956, Brookfield Residential has delivered more than 30,000 homes across the country. Brookfield Residential spans the U.S. and Canada with divisions in Alberta, greater Washington, D.C., San Francisco Bay, Los Angeles, San Diego, Colorado, […]

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Housing Trends: What Homebuyers Want

If you’re wondering what homebuyers want in a new home, look no further than the U.S. Census Bureau’s annual Characteristics of New Housing Report. Released in June 2015, the report is a gold mine for residential contractors, developers and restoration specialists, offering detailed data on popular home features, home sales trends and multifamily data for […]

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3-D Printing: New Tech Hits the Construction Industry

Builders, engineers and architects across the globe are embracing 3-D printing technology as a new way to design and construct buildings. With reduced labor and material costs, and the ability to construct buildings in a matter of days, rather than months or years, it’s a clear why construction professionals are looking to utilize the new […]

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Wearables at Work: Low-profile construction technology improves safety and efficiency

Wearable technology is a growing trend for gadget lovers. Over the 2014 holiday season, products such as fitness and wellness trackers, watches synced to smart phones and low-impact cameras were vastly popular. The wearable industry is worth more than $11 billion and is slated to grow over the next decade to upwards of $50 billion. […]

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The Employment Forecast: Construction industry job growth off to strong start in 2015

It’s been a rocky road to recovery, but the economic outlook was much more positive in 2014 and so far, the same holds true in 2015. According to ENR, construction in 2015 began with upbeat employment numbers –the industry added 39,000 jobs in January, pushing the unemployment rate down to 9.8 percent, well below the […]

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The SafetySense: A Remote Control Poised to Revolutionize the Construction Industry

For many, it’s been all too easy to write off video-gamers as wasting their time. How could the successful retrieval of the Sword of a Thousand Truths land a guy a job? Why would countless hours of Diablo II make for a promising new hire? Yet hand-eye coordination skills stand to benefit from gaming in […]

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Life after Sandy: 18 months after the super storm, the rebuild continues

Hurricane Sandy, unofficially dubbed “Superstorm Sandy,” was the deadliest and most destructive category-three hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, as well as the second most costly hurricane in U.S. history, just behind Hurricane Katrina. While most hurricanes go out to sea upon reaching the Mid-Atlantic, Sandy, however, set a course for devastation. From Oct. 22, […]

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Testimonials

Thank you all your efforts in putting together such a great article about our company in US Builders Review. DH Construction appreciates the professional manner in which your team worked with us to achieve the stateside exposure we were after; especially taking the time to get all of the facts correct. In short, the article was extremely well put together and we have already received a great deal of feedback, interest, and compliments as a result of the piece. Once again, we appreciate all the effort, and without a doubt, we will not hesitate to work with your organization again in the future.
— Daniel Harrigan, Principal, DH Construction
The staff was very helpful and easy to work with while developing our story. They were always open to our ideas and provided us useful information to maximize our visibility using social media. We were certainly pleased with final article.
— Daryl Whitmer, Marketing Program Manager, Harrison French & Associates (HFA)
Professional with attention to customer’s needs. Well prepared vision for article while open to suggestions. Provided plenty feedback and review prior to final draft. Thanks in advance for the assistance and promotion of our organization!
— Jason Lee, LEED AP O+M, Director of Sustainability and Optimization for Harvard Maintenance
Everyone that we worked with was polite, professional, responsive & very good to work with. It was amazing to see the ideas transformed into the final product. We are very happy with the end results and would not hesitate to work with them in the future or recommend them to other business!
— James Kowalski, Owner, Kowalski Construction Inc.
What a great team US Builders has put in place! Having worked with Victor Martins a few years back, I was pleasantly surprised that he remembered our experience and contacted us again about an updated article. Not only did Victor brainstorm with me about content that would resonate with readers, but he assigned an excellent writer, Molly Shaw, to our account. Her interview with my client, Bardi Heating Cooling & Plumbing, was professional and succinct; as was her writing style. We had very few edits and were pleased not only with the article, but how well it was enhanced by color photos. Much appreciated!
— Karen Bird, Owner of Strategic Marketing Services, Bardi Heating Cooling & Plumbing
TrueLine Publishing was a delight to work with. They were extremely patient and worked diligently to get our article written and published. The team always responded in a timely manner and was courteous. I look forward to working with TrueLine Publishing in the future and will recommend them to other businesses.
— Crystal Leos, Business Development, DALLASWHITE Property Restoration
I’m blown away with the value that could come out of our partnership through this article. Working with the US Builders Review team is something that I have never experienced before and every day I feel even more privileged to be with EJH Construction, I never take for granted the opportunities that have come my way.  I am so excited about what our future looks like based on the relationship that has been built with the US Builders Review team.
Jennifer Wilhelmsen – Director of Human Resources, EJH Construction Inc.
We are excited to be featured as a case study in US Builders Review and look forward to sharing our company’s story with a national audience.
— Ryan Sanzari, Director of Operations, Alfred Sanzari Enterprises
It was an absolute pleasure to work with the writers and editorial team at TrueLine Publishing for our recent article in US Builders Review. From the start of the project, it was apparent that everyone involved was very concerned with accuracy and getting the facts right. They were also very conscientious about soliciting our feedback and ensuring that we were happy with the content and with the manner in which Giroux Glass was described in the finalized piece.
— Barbara Kotsos, Director of Marketing & PR, Giroux Glass
Kyle Gahm was instrumental in coordinating this project from beginning to end. He was always available and a pleasure to work with. It would be a pleasure to work with Kyle down the road. Bill Keaton was very impressive in raising money from advertising which resulted in ASE getting the cover story, so thank you Bill. Lia Prysunka and Jeanee Dudley are both very impressive individuals who deserve a lot of credit for this featured piece. They were both very patient and accepting of any changes we suggested. The format, quality, and resolution was awesome. To sum it all up: Our upper management, who never have been high on PR and things of this nature said that it was "absolutely fantastic" and were blown away. They now are requesting multiple copies of the full magazine and are very proud of the work you all put in. Thanks again.
— Ryan Sanzari, Director of Operations, Alfred Sanzari Enterprises

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