April 2002

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Supporting construction industry innovation

In a competitive and high-risk industry like the construction industry, cooperation among individual contractors, subcontractors, owners and designers is imperative. Technological impr..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

In a competitive and high-risk industry like the construction industry, cooperation among individual contractors, subcontractors, owners and designers is imperative. Technological improvements in equipment, materials, methods, training, management systems and techniques are continually being researched, developed, tested or recommended. However, without cross-fertilization to share essential information and create a body of knowledge that can then be available to the industry as a whole, there is a significant time lag in implementing improvements and modernization within the industry. An industry outreach group is

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