1. 3D printing: Using large-scale 3D printers, it’s possible to construct entire buildings using a variety of materials, such as concrete, plastics, and metals. This technology can significantly reduce construction time and costs.
  2. Prefabrication and modular construction: Building components can be manufactured off-site and then assembled on-site, reducing construction time and waste.
  3. Robotic construction: Robotics and automation can be used to construct buildings, including bricklaying, roofing, and other tasks.
  4. BIM (Building Information Modeling): BIM is a digital representation of a building, which can be used to improve design and construction processes.
  5. Green roofs and walls: Green roofs and walls can improve the energy efficiency of buildings, reduce the urban heat island effect, and improve air quality.
  6. Smart and sustainable materials : The development of new, more sustainable building materials that can be used in construction. Such as, Cross Laminated Timber, engineered lumber, mass timber etc.
  7. Drones for site surveying and inspection: Drones can be used to survey sites, inspect buildings, and monitor construction progress.
  8. Augmented reality and virtual reality: These technologies can be used to design buildings, plan construction, and train workers.
  9. Automatic waste sorting and recycling: Automation of waste sorting process, such as sorting and separating different materials, will help to recycle or repurpose waste.
  • Internet of Things (IoT) enabled building: IoT sensors can be used to monitor and control various aspects of a building, including energy usage, temperature, and air quality.

These are some of the construction technologies of future which are rapidly developing to make construction process more efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective. However, it’s important to note that the technologies that will be adopted and used in the future may change as technology and industry trends continue to evolve.