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Mobile Construction Dumpster Rental Pros Share Office Trends We’ve looked around the web to see what office construction and design trends are predicted for 2016. If you’re already involved in office builds or remodels, then these trends aren’t likely to surprise you. They include: Clearer, more organized looks; people have been surrounded by increasing numbers of cables and wires in their smart-enabled offices – and are ready to have them hidden from sight Bringing nature indoors; when cooped up all day, people miss the outdoors, so expect customers to request “vertical gardens, exposed concrete flooring, and reclaimed wood paneling.” Collaboration is in! Idea sharing is key to today’s business climate, so more companies are wanting open and comfortable lounge areas; this may mean tearing down walls of smaller office spaces or building additions Privacy! Ironically, all of this open collaboration space means that some people are looking for private spaces when too much openness gets overwhelming Continuation of eco-friendly business designs; this can include external frames and the use of solar panels, among other features. Need for Construction Dumpster Rental in 2016 All of this office building, renovating and remodeling can create plenty of debris that needs hauled away, so…

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Construction Trends by Mobile Dumpster Rental Pros: Smarter, Taller and Healthier The construction industry continues to evolve as technologies do and a look at 2015 construction trends indicates that we should expect to see smarter, taller and healthier builds into 2016 and beyond. Here are just some examples: Wearables! On construction sites, you’ll see more smart watches, with workers perhaps even using them to log on to the time clock. Meanwhile, supervisors can send out safety tips. On the field, workers can make phone calls from their watches and their health can be monitored, including blood pressure and heart rate. Wearables won’t just be on wrists, either, with smart hard hats in prototype stages. Look up to the sky! Buildings are getting taller, in part because of the scarcity of valuable ground real estate, especially in urban areas. According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, more tall buildings were built in 2014 than ever before: 97 buildings were completed at heights of 656 feet or more. In 2015, 175 builders of that height were expected to be completed – almost doubling the record set in 2014. Health is a focus, with architects and developers continuing to find…

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Building demand shifts; insights from dumpster rental pros

Mobile Dumpster Renting Company Monitors Shifts in Construction Demand As Baby Boomers age, housing needs change and health care demands increase – and both of those trends affect the construction industry. We were curious, and took a look around the web to see what construction industry sectors were expected to be hot in 2016. According to PDH Contractors, industry sectors listed as most active include: Multifamily dwellings and health care facilities (both partially because of the aging Baby Boomer generation) Office interior remodeling Data centers (as tech continues to drive innovation) Education facilities Industrial buildings such as warehouses Another site also shared the ramifications of increasing numbers of Baby Boomers retiring. Not surprisingly, new senior communities and centers are cropping up around the United States. To stay competitive, already-existing communities and centers are remodeling, which ranges from the addition of amenities to even larger renovations. There’s good news if you specialize in restaurant renovation and construction. Local and regional companies are expected to expand, geographically speaking, as they grow their brand. Other brands are predicted to branch out further in the entertainment and food service sectors. Simple & Streamlined Construction Dumpster Renting in Mobile Here’s more good news! If you…

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Dumpster rental team looks into the future

Mobile Dumpster Rental Pros Review Architect Predictions As architect designs evolve and change, so do the demands upon the construction industry – so we checked out what the American Institute of Architects expects to see over the next decade: more use of natural lighting increased use of lighting systems that use automated controls and motion sensor activation greater use of new glass and glazing techniques more construction companies using lean practices to make building even more efficient greater momentum of green building 3-D laser scanning technology more often in modeling gaming engines used to “create more realistic models in which owners and contractors can often make real-time changes, eliminating confusion and saving time” increased use of integrated project delivery (IPD) In IPD, major stakeholders (owner, general contractor, architect, major subcontractors and suppliers) agree upon mutually acceptable project goals, share risks and responsibilities, and more. The goal is to “speed up completion, control project costs and reduce changes.” Construction Dumpster Rental in 2016 and Beyond The more things change, the more some things stay the same – and that includes the need for competitively priced, reliable construction dumpster rental services. We offer the commercial dumpster sizes you need in the Mobile…

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IT is great. So is Mobile construction dumpster renting.

2016 Technology Trends from your Mobile Construction Dumpster Renting Team

The Associated General Contractors of America recently released information about technology trends in the construction industry. To date, technology investments haven’t been a large part of construction companies’ budgets. In fact, over the past two years only 32 percent of companies have spent at least one percent of revenue on IT. In 2016, that number is expected to increase to 42 percent.

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Mobile dumpster renting pros track industry trends

2016 Construction Trends from Your Mobile Dumpster Renting Experts

Analysts are saying that 2016 is going to be strong for the construction industry. There’s a 6% growth anticipated, according to Dodge Data & Analytics’ 2016 Construction Outlook report, which translates to a value of construction starts of $712 billion.

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Residential roll off dumpster renting for today’s renovation

Most Common Home Renovations – and Residential Dumpster Renting Info

In 2015, when homeowners were partially remodeling their homes, which rooms do you think got the most time and attention? If you guessed the living room, then you’re right. Kukun, an online platform that assists homeowners through the remodeling stages, has listed these as the top home remodeling projects of the year:

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Construction roll off dumpsters for busy 2016 season

Looks like a Growing Need for Construction Dumpster Renting in 2016

The residential housing and design industry has high hopes that 2016 will bring continued activity, revenue and profit growth. Houzz, Inc. has presented the Q4 2015 Houzz Renovation Barometer that showed regular annual and quarterly increase within the industry for the year.

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