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What Is The Architecture Of The Future?

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What Is The Architecture Of The Future?

What Is The Architecture Of The Future? In the 1960s, the “white flight” movement, which drove middle-class America to the suburbs en masse, contributed to the depletion of inner cities. Infamously, in 1975, President Ford dismissed the federal bailout requests from a near-bankrupt New York City. That made national headlines, and New York spiraled into a black hole of urban chaos, crime and decay. But times change. The American urban renewal has seen the past dramatically reverse. Inner-city neighborhoods were repopulated and revived throughout the United States. This phenomenon is a developing trend that is over a decade in the making, and...

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The Future of Construction: Electrical Machinery is Underway

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The Future of Construction: Electrical Machinery is Underway

The Future of Construction: Electrical Machinery is Underway This article is sponsored by Super Groups. Kubota is known for its well-manufactured construction equipmentPhoto: Kubota Many car manufacturers have been developing electric vehicles as part of the global shift toward creating a cleaner environment. These vehicles will be powered by rechargeable batteries instead of petrol and as such, the big question is, “Will the construction industry be part of the movement?” In the next 20 years, it’s possible that construction machinery will move away from diesel and become all-electric. So the next time you’re looking for a mini excavator for sale, you...

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WELCOME TO THE CONSTRUCTION SITE OF THE FUTURE

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WELCOME TO THE CONSTRUCTION SITE OF THE FUTURE

WELCOME TO THE CONSTRUCTION SITE OF THE FUTURE bout 30 miles north of Chicago in suburban Deerfield, a construction trailer is parked behind the old headquarters of Textura — a company Oracle bought for $663 million in April 2016. A steel fence circles the site and gravel carpets the cold ground.  It may not look like much, but this unassuming site is the home of the Oracle Innovation Lab: a live construction site where the software-as-a-service firm’s global technology partners and customers come to test new tech.  Built in just three weeks last year, the Oracle Innovation Lab was initially...

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