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BakerHicks has launched the Risk Cube, an innovative way of protecting the health and safety of construction workers and end users.
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With over 20 years’ experience with lightweight steel construction, The Cocoon team, based in Switzerland, provide a high standard of LGS design into modern commercial and residential buildings.
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Glyn Shawcross, engineering and design director of engineering solutions provider Boulting Ltd explains how future advances in BIM will continue to enhance control for contractors and clients.
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The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) has published a new BIM pack for use across the construction industry to support the digitalisation of the AEC sector.
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Trimble has recently introduced the latest versions of its Tekla Building Information Modelling (BIM) software solutions for the construction industry: Tekla Structures 2019, Tekla Structural Designer 2019, Tekla Tedds 2019 and Tekla EPM 2019.
Capturing project data on-the-go can bring real-time efficiency benefits to a project – but what do you do with the information when you’re in one of the most remote and hostile places on Earth?
Mott MacDonald and Microsoft have teamed up to create a cloud-based smart infrastructure platform to help asset owners, cities and governments deliver public services that bring value to everyone.
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Mark Farmer, CEO of Cast Consultancy said ‘the platform is on fire’ and warned that complacency is not an option for construction firms that want to survive.
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As drones take off in construction, Dr Paul Cureton of the ImaginationLancaster design lab at Lancaster University looks at the adoption of – and challenges facing – UAVs in the landscape sector.