The construction industry has used robots in its construction process since the 1960s, but it is still far from being fully robotic. This is due to the slow adoption of contemporary technology and the contractors’ skepticism about their application. Wearable robots, for example, were introduced into the US construction industry in 2015, but only around 6% of construction organizations were using them by 2019. According to statistics, the world demand for construction robots is predicted to grow from roughly $25 million to $226 million by 2022, indicating a 900 percent increase over its initial value in 2018. This might be owing to a rise in the usage of robotics by construction companies to address construction safety concerns, labor shortages, and enhance productivity. Four out of every five worldwide construction enterprises will have utilized robots in their construction processes by 2031. Furthermore, construction companies that have already utilized these robots have offered positive feedback on these technologies. According to a sustainable firm in the United States, the use of autonomous dozers and graders increased their production by 40%. Similarly, an earthwork company reported that installing SmartGrade technology on its dozers automatically balances the amount of material pushed with each pass, saving them $2000 each day.