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Construction weather and natural climate insight will change. Don’t get left out in the cold – BIM software can hot up via AI.
Integrating accurate weather and climate data into BIM can cut costs for construction projects in the planning and development stage, as well as mitigating the longer-term climate challenges of tomorrow.
The Met Office is the National Meteorological Service for the UK and one of the world’s foremost weather and climate service providers.
Dry fix solutions have been around for decades but it is only in recent years that demand for the product has reached sky high. Mark Parsons, Technical Director at Russell Roof Tiles takes a look at why dry fix has seen such significant growth recently within the construction industry
Julian Francis, Director of Policy and External Affairs, ACE discusses the aftermath of the elections last week and what the results mean for those...
New figures have revealed the impact of the wet weather on the number of projects started at the end of last year… Significant rainfall in...
New Zealand has launched the KiwiBuild programme to improve the productivity of its building and construction capacity through offsite manufacturing.
A hospital facility in Norrland, Sweden has been renovated extensively with sustainable timber construction panels, owing to the belief that natural materials help people heal better.
StormMeister attended this year’s Birmingham Flood Expo, the world’s largest exhibition and conference designed to help the most progressive flood professionals.
The Weston at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park has won four RIBA Yorkshire Awards and has now been shortlisted for the 2019 RIBA Stirling prize.
Project Etopia has kicked-off the construction of a landmark demonstration home at the Building Research Establishment (BRE) with the hopes of being the first to meet a new UK offsite construction standard.
This ebook from Premier Guarantee looks at how to reduce the risk of water ingress through proper design and workmanship, as well as the correct installation of building elements.
Frankie Bryon, senior sustainability surveyor at Lambert Smith Hampton, discusses why smart technology can help buildings improve on sustainability as well as introduce other benefits such as promoting health and wellbeing and enabling agile working.
Residents at Bristol City Council’s Ashton Rise development are set to drive on some of the UK’s greenest roads when they move in next year.