The Annual ConTech Survey takes an average of 15 minutes for a reason; there is no other survey that covers construction technology adoption more voraciously. Over the past seven years, JBKnowledge has carved out a space in the construction industry by transforming their annual survey results into a reputable, comprehensive resource – The Annual ConTech Report.
The 2018 ConTech Survey closed in late August. The results are being organized and analyzed, and thus begins the production of the 2018 ConTech Report. The annual report is relied upon by thousands of construction industry professionals to benchmark their company’s standards for technology budgeting and adoption, and track rising trends in software and apps. Prior years’ reports have become a mainstay for construction publications to delve deeper into the business side of construction by speculating on the IT resources driving these trends and the shape of technology to come.
“When we conducted the first annual survey in 2012, we were really just trying to get to know our construction clients better and confirm some suspicions we had around why technology wasn’t revolutionizing the industry as it should have been,” explains JBKnowledge’s VP Marketing and Editor-in-Chief of the Annual Report, Liz Welsh. “I like to think that since that time, this survey and report has helped fuel that revolution. Every year, it’s amazing to see how the report sets new benchmarks for contractors to contemplate and aim for based on how their peers are using technology.”
Big names within the construction industry believe in the insights provided by the Annual ConTech Report as well. The survey and report are sponsored by influential organizations MCAA, NECA, and CFMA; the country’s largest Construction Science Department at Texas A&M University, and renowned construction news source; ConstructionDive.
The 2018 ConTech Survey closed with a record setting 2,821 participants. The accompanying report will be composed and released this winter. In the meantime, previous years’ reports can be downloaded at jbknowledge.com/report for free.