Modern technology has significantly impacted the construction industry, improving efficiency, safety, and sustainability. Here are some key technologies considered modern in construction:

1. Building Information Modelling (BIM): BIM is a digital representation of a building's physical and functional characteristics. It allows for better project collaboration, visualization, and data management throughout the construction lifecycle. 

2. 3D Printing: 3D printing is used to create complex architectural components and even entire buildings. It reduces material waste and construction time. 

3. Drones: Drones are employed for site surveys, inspections, and aerial mapping. They can capture high-resolution images, monitor progress, and improve safety by assessing hazardous areas. 

4. Robotics and Automation: Robotics can automate tasks such as bricklaying, concrete pouring, and excavation, enhancing speed and precision while reducing labor costs. 

5. Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR): AR and VR technologies are used for design visualization, training, and project presentations, allowing stakeholders to experience the construction project in a virtual environment. 

6. Internet of Things (IoT): IoT sensors and devices are integrated into construction equipment and structures to monitor performance, enhance safety, and optimize maintenance. 

7. Mobile Apps: Construction professionals use mobile apps for project management, communication, and document sharing, improving real-time collaboration. 

8. Prefabrication and Modular Construction: Prefabrication involves manufacturing building components off-site, which can accelerate construction and reduce waste. Modular construction involves assembling pre-made modules on-site. 

9. Sustainable Building Technologies: Green building materials, renewable energy systems, and energy-efficient HVAC systems are all part of modern construction's focus on sustainability. 

10. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning: AI is used for data analysis, predicting project delays, and optimizing resource allocation. Machine learning can improve equipment maintenance and safety. 

11. Geospatial Technology: GPS and geospatial technology help with precise site positioning, navigation, and surveying. 

12. Construction Management Software: Project management software like Procore and PlanGrid streamlines project planning, communication, and documentation. 

13. Safety Technology: Wearable devices, such as smart helmets and vests, monitor worker safety, while AI-driven systems can predict and prevent accidents. 

14. Energy-Efficient Design and HVAC Systems: Modern construction incorporates energy-efficient building designs and HVAC systems to reduce energy consumption and environmental impact. 

15. Cloud Computing: Cloud-based solutions facilitate remote collaboration and data storage, making information accessible from anywhere with an internet connection. 

These technologies continue to evolve and shape the construction industry, enabling more efficient, sustainable, and safe building practices.  As a construction and developing company we embrace and adapt to these innovations to better positioned for success in the modern construction landscape.