Gary Thompson of Siemens Financial Services explores “Smart buildings as a Service’ and solutions that harness the savings from reduced energy consumption.
A new e-learning platform from the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre aims to help more business leaders start their BIM journey – without having to get out of their chair. BIM technical consultant Colin Hastie explains.
Software developer Sofistik has launched what it claims is the first solution on the market that integrates with Autodesk Revit and allows users to generate parametric bridge models.
To stimulate the economic development of Kunming City and the surrounding region, Yunnan Yunling Engineering Cost Consultation (YYECC) was charged to create a rapid transportation system in the city’s southeastern section.
Engineering design and project management consultancy Royal HaskoningDHV has harnessed LR’s BIM Level 2 accreditation to save time, cut costs and improve service
There is growing and quite understandable hype concerning BIM, and how it is helping to transform both the UK residential and commercial building sectors?
BIM has radically changed the way we think about building design in terms of collaboration and visualisation. Can City Information Modelling do the same for urban planning?
Bluebeam Revu has helped Premier Mechanical to rise above the competition and win more work.
Bentley Systems has announced it has entered an agreement to acquire Quebec City-based AIworx, Inc., provider of machine learning and internet of things (IoT) technologies and services.
Bluebeam, Inc., has announced the formation of a German subsidiary to better serve customers and strategically advance its overall investment and presence across the region
The South-to-North Water Diversion Project is a major foundational strategic project to alleviate the severe shortage of water resources in northern China, especially in the capital of Beijing.
A site digital twin could help to avoid duplication of data across platforms and ensure project information is up-to-date.
McAleer & Rushe’s first BIM project embraced software to overcome a tight schedule, design delays and complex works to set a high standard of planning excellence and delivery.
The CNY 10.5 bn (~£1.17bn) Yaoshan-Luanchuan section of the Zhengzhou-Xixia Expressway is 78.8-kilometres long and is a bi-directional and four-lane expressway, which includes 88 bridges, four interchanges, two interoperability hubs, and two super-long tunnels.