Top 8 Blogs in the Construction Industry

August 20th, 2014

It’s very important to keep up with new advancements, trends, and news within the construction industry.

There are many blogs to look at on the Internet, but there are several that we frequently visit because of the great content they put out.

Here are 8 blogs that we consistently view to stay on top of new technology, business management tips, and breaking news in the construction industry:

1. Construction Dive

Construction Dive provides readers with breaking news in the construction industry and covers a wide range of topics from commercial building to products and green construction. Check out their blog

2. CDC News

Construction Data Company posts articles about the most recent commercial construction projects and helpful tips on how to improve your business. Check out their blog

3. Engineering News-Record

ENR is an extension of McGraw Hill Construction. Here at Labor Sync we really enjoy reading the business management and technology sections of their blog. Check out their blog

4. Construction Executive

Construction Executive provides owners and top managers a resource so they can run a more profitable and productive construction business. Labor Sync recently guest posted for their technology section. Check out their blog

5. For Construction Pros

The name says it all, they provide great content for business owners who are trying to push their company to the next level. Check out their blog

6. Construction Informer

In this blog you can find information and discussions about building structures and the things that makeup the built environment. Check out their blog

7. Construction Global

Construction Global provides construction industry executives with the latest news, information, and trends throughout the construction industry. Check out their blog

8. Constructech

Constructech is a digital magazine that shows business owners the value of technology in the construction industry. Check out their blog

These are just the top 8 blogs we follow, but there are plenty more out there. Comment below with other construction industry blogs you find useful!