Elecosoft has announced the appointment of Malcolm Emmerson as the key account manager at the company’s Haddenham office.
Excitech has announced it has been awarded a 7-year framework agreement to lead a consortium comprising GroupBC and Autodesk technologies to deliver Heathrow Airport’s chosen Common Data Environment (CDE) solution
2019 is proving a year of continued uncertainty, with added pressure on the construction sector from skills shortages and rising cost of materials – all impacting heavily on margins and profitability.
The Greater Cambridgeshire Partnership is set to be the first to trail the Urban Data Project, which will see the creation of a digital twin of Cambridge to collect rich data about the city.
There has been consistent and understandable hype regarding the development and future of BIM 360 providing a new lease of life.
BIM is only as good as the data that underpins it. Paul Blewett of leading PropTech firm Landmark Information discusses the importance of getting it right
Graitec explores the need for robust standards and working practices to streamline the BIM process and address the data issues that have traditionally hindered construction.
Achieving an understanding that BIM and CAD are as different as chalk and cheese is the first step to delivering better buildings, efficiently and at a lower cost.
How can we use city data to create urban wellbeing? Tom Leaver of Future Cities Catapult takes a look.
The number of construction companies using drone technology in the UK and Ireland has increased significantly, although more advanced digital/reality capture outputs continue to be underutilised.
UK construction disputes cost the industry £27m in 2017, making them more expensive than their counterparts in the US and mainland Europe. Let’s see how a modern record system can protect everyone involved and bolster overall productivity.
Peter Jansen, Construction Lawyer at Keystone Law, discusses construction’s digital future with a focus on BIM and data ownership.
If your GPS tracking system helped you take on more work each week – and if overtime payments could be reduced by several hours – what would your return be per employee?