620-301-0620

Technology & Innovation

Proudly Serving Employers

Make Way for Electric Vehicles on the Jobsite Part 2

Electric vehicles aren’t exclusive to car enthusiasts looking to drive at “ludicrous” speeds. They are versatile tools that are making their way onto construction sites across America. As we covered in part one, there are many benefits that come with replacing diesel with electric power. Now, a Wichita contractor lawyer at Cotney Construction Law will […]

read more

Make Way for Electric Vehicles on the Jobsite Part 1

The market for electric vehicles in construction, agriculture, and mining is estimated to be $87 billion by the year 2028, and for good reason, as electric vehicles offer many advantages to their diesel counterparts. However, the road ahead is paved with challenges that will have to be surmounted before every tractor, crane, and truck in […]

read more

The Future of Construction: Exoskeletons Part 2

Exoskeletons are metal frameworks that enhance the abilities of workers and reduce the risk of injury on a construction site. This is an emerging technology that will quickly find its way onto more and more jobsites over the coming decades. In part one of this two-part article, we went over a few exoskeleton examples. Now, […]

read more

The Future of Construction: Exoskeletons Part 1

While it may seem like a thing of science fiction, exoskeletons are poised to make a big impact in the world of construction. ABI Research predicts that the robotic exoskeleton sector will reach $1.8 billion by the year 2025. The construction industry will be a large driver of this growth, where heavy lifting and constant […]

read more

Training New Workers with Virtual Reality

The construction industry is facing an unprecedented labor shortage that has disrupted the overall growth of the industry and sent contractors into a tailspin as they seek out solutions for driving new talent into the hiring pool. Although the construction industry is steeped in tradition, new methods are being put into action to attract more […]

read more

Utilizing Nanomaterials to Improve Construction Materials

As the construction industry continues to grow and evolve, an increasing number of technological innovations will reshape the techniques, practices, and methodologies commonly used by construction professionals. However, the changes don’t stop there. New technology means new safety guidelines, additional laws, and more headaches for contractors. Fortunately, by partnering with an experienced Nashville construction law […]

read more

CES 2019: Exploring the Future of Construction with Technology Part 2

In part one of this two-part series, the Sarasota construction attorneys from Cotney Construction Law discussed the technologies presented at CES 2019 that aim to change the way we do construction. So far, we have taken a look at the impressive statistics regarding attendance and coverage at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 and discussed […]

read more

CES 2019: Exploring the Future of Construction with Technology Part 1

According to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) website, “CES is the world’s gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.” You might be […]

read more

Building 3D-Printed Concrete Structures

Although 3D printers were first introduced in the 1980s, they have emerged as one of the most exciting new technologies in the 21st century. This constantly evolving technology was once viewed as nothing more than a novelty, but today, 3D printers are used for an array of purposes, from building machine parts to constructing factory […]

read more

Is Technology Leading to More Misclassified Positions? Part 2

Uber introduced peer-to-peer rides years ago, but the ridesharing giant has grown exponentially with over 50 percent growth in several quarters last year and a total valuation of $72 billion in 2018. With billions of trips delivered worldwide, ridesharing applications rely on millions of drivers annually in order to meet the demand. These drivers are […]

read more