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Cottee Parker goes paperless on Queen’s Wharf Brisbane

Cottee Parker uses BIM software, Bluebeam Revu to mimic its paper-based workflow and cut the documentation process on its Queen’s Wharf Brisbane project.
Digital Twins, high-rise buildings

Digital twins: Improving safety with smart technology

Lee McDougall, geomatic director at building consultancy and architecture practice AHR, looks at how a digital twin can be applied in a high-rise property.
traditional buildings

Innovative tool to help care for Scotland’s traditional buildings

A new software tool which allows surveys and fabric inspections of traditional buildings to be carried out digitally, has been developed by Historic Environment Scotland (HES), The University of Edinburgh and Heriot Watt University.
BIM library,

Simpson Strong-Tie releases new BIM library

Engineered structural connector specialists, Simpson Strong-Tie, has made Building Information Modelling (BIM) content freely available for download from its website.
Sketchup training,

Sketchup training: Moving from the essentials to advanced

Enrique Barriuso, application specialist at Excitech, explores how you can get to the next level with the advanced SketchUp training course.
social distancing,

How will you manage social distancing in the workplace?

Richard Brayshaw, CAFM sales manager at Excitech, explores the ways companies can manage social distancing as staff return to work.
Digital Twin Consortium,

Bentley Systems joins Digital Twin Consortium

Software and digital twin cloud services provider, Bentley Systems, has joined the Digital Twin Consortium at the ‘Groundbreaker’ level.
facilities management,

Managing your assets and reducing the spread of diseases

Richard Brayshaw, CAFM sales manager at Excitech, discusses the facilities management solutions which could help prevent or reduce the spread of disease.
Laser scanning,

3D laser scans reveal everything

Today’s laser scanning equipment can provide a complete digital image of any structure – top to bottom; slabs to columns; before, during and after construction.
Digital twins, light rail,

Digital twins prove game-changer for Bergen’s light rail extension

Digital twins and advanced BIM processes helped 18 disciplines across five different countries to coordinate a new light rail extension in Bergen, Norway, while reducing costs and cutting construction errors by 25%.
Common data environment, Bushfire Recovery,

Common data environment to assist Australia bushfire recovery

Laing O’Rourke is to use Asite’s common data environment (CDE) to help lead the clean-up operation following the bushfires that devastated much of New South Wales, Australia.
meteorologist, construction,

Construction and weather: Are we asking the right questions?

Are we asking the right weather-related questions - and can we trust the answers? Shaun Pammenter MSc, meteorologist at MetSwift, takes a look.
Building envelope, energy efficiency,

Energy conundrum: Securing futures through the building envelope

As the pressure mounts on the construction industry to achieve zero-carbon buildings, Vincent Matthews, head of UK marketing at SFS, explores how the building envelope can help to reduce energy usage and enhance a building’s lifespan.
Bridge design, ALLPLAN, BIM

Innovative BIM for Bridges

With ALLPLAN’s BIM solution for bridges, the bridge community can fulfil BIM requirements efficiently and intuitively: modeling, structural analysis and detailing in one single solution.

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