Managing The Risks Of Emerging Construction Technologies

By Gary Brown (July 9, 2018, 2:59 PM EDT) -- Consumers demand the latest and greatest technology has to offer. No longer limited to phones and cars, emerging technologies are now becoming common place in the construction process.

For instance, luxury residential condominiums now offer garages with automated parking systems. And in the not-too-distant future, buildings will be constructed with "smart" concrete, thanks to engineers at the University of Rhode Island who have developed self-healing concrete[1] and engineers at State University of New York at Buffalo who are using carbon fibers and electricity to predict failures in concrete before they occur.[2]

As buildings become smarter, the risks associated with technology failures...

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