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Last month Digital Construction Week hosted DCW Connect fringe series, a free virtual event for the construction industry that featured a five-week campaign of online activity focused on innovation and technology in the built environment.
While the benefits of digitalisation for construction are widely acknowledged. Professor Duncan McFarlane, presents a different approach demonstrating how digital can work for everyone.
Robert Garbett, founder of Drone Major Group and chairman of the Drone Delivery Group, discusses the development of the Phoenix Programme and industry-led efforts to accelerate commercially viable, scalable and environmentally sound drone services for the UK.
The newly launched Digital learning platform on the Supply Chain Sustainability School supports the modernisation of digital technology within the industry by upskilling managers working in the construction sector.
How can Artificial Intelligence change and improve the architecture, engineering and construction sector?
Craig Evenden, head of architecture, engineering, construction & BIM at Esri UK, examines the current state of digital twins and what the future holds.
To be the best in your field, your performance needs to be underpinned by market-leading technology. And UK Construction Manager of the Year, Frank Connolly of Mace Group, chooses project management software, Powerproject by Elecosoft to run his award-winning programmes.
The first round of the £40m Water Breakthrough Challenge has opened for entries, inviting innovations that can drive far-reaching benefits.
Over the past decade, we have grown used to hearing of smart buildings and smart devices without there necessarily being any agreed definition of what they mean – the BSRIA explores why
The rise of Industry 4.0 is revolutionising how we interact with technology, machines and the world around us.
Following the publication of the Construction Playbook by the government in December, JCT has made available an article, JCT Contracts meeting the objectives of the Construction Playbook, which provides an analysis on how users wishing to comply with the Playbook’s objectives can do so within the current JCT suite of contracts.
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