New numbers from the construction industry reveal what many GTA drivers probably already know — Toronto is in a construction boom. There are nearly 250 cranes in use in the city right now, according to the latest Crane Index from Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB). That’s more cranes than New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Seattle, San Francisco, and Washington. D.C., combined.
The B.C. Real Estate Association says the province must build 25 per cent more new homes than usual for the next five years to address deteriorating housing affordability. It says construction needs to be ramped up to a record 43,000 housing completions a year for the next five years to counteract rapid population growth.
Desperate for workers, Canada is implementing several immediate measures to bolster its skills and trades sectors including allowing successful candidates to bring their family members to the country.
In addition, several provinces are opening their doors wider to ease crippling labour shortages while creating pathways for out-of-status migrants to help Canadian employers.
Some of Metro Vancouver’s largest and most notable building and infrastructure projects currently under construction will reach completion in 2023. While there is currently a slowdown in construction starts, especially in residential uses, most of the handful of highlighted projects began construction well before the pandemic.
They predicted that the sharp increase in costs was just a by-product of temporary supply-chain disruptions or the global economy rebounding from the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet here we are in 2022, and inflation shows no sign of ending its steep upward trajectory.
Although some economists and academics might debate this, inflation is clearly not transitory. At least for the foreseeable future, it’s here to stay.
Your equipment is a vital part of your business. But are you making the most of it? Read on to discover our 8 tips to improve your business’ effectiveness and productivity! Each tip on its own will save you money and time managing the equipment in your inventory, but the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. If you implement all of the advice below, equipment inventory management will have a much bigger impact on your business.
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How well a contractor manages equipment use on a project, and its fleet in general, can make the difference between a large profit and a small one - or even none at all. Below, United Rentals outlines how companies can use telematics to track equipment and increase its utilization, properly maintain assets and make smarter purchasing and rental decisions.
To get a broad-based look at all their company assets, contractors are turning to systems that track equipment location, hours, idle time and much more across the entirety of their fleets. These systems make use of tracker systems – basically little black boxes – to keep track of and manage not only your mobile fleet but everything else on your equipment list, including attachments, tools and trailers.
Following a decline of 3.4% in 2020, Canada's construction industry is now forecast to grow by 0.6% in 2021, up from the previous forecast of -2% in the Q4 2020 update, as activity in the housing market has been stronger than expected.
Estimates suggest that stolen equipment and supplies from Canadian construction jobsites cost nearly half a billion dollars every year. Whether it’s equipment or vehicles, tools or even building materials, construction sites are losing assets and resources at an alarming rate.
November 17, 2022
The Inventory Management Software Market size crossed USD 3 billion in 2019 and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of over 5% from 2020 to 2026. The increasing manufacturing output due to the adoption of Industrial IoT supports market growth. The growing demand for robust inventory management software to control & improve the supply chain across the manufacturing sector is expected to fuel the demand for inventory management.
April 26, 2022
Software for Fleets and Assets Tracking is a type of software that enables tracking of the location and movement of devices and allows customers to get real-time remote access to engine diagnostics and insights from detailed reports. In addition to equipment and assets management and tracking, other necessary features of equipment tracking software include, inventory audits, detailed reports, better equipment utilization, theft and loss reduction.
September 1, 2021
A local startup project brings an innovative approach to fleet and asset protection within the construction industry by reducing theft and loss at job sites.