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The complexity of keeping standards consistent when you’re responsible for any public service is difficult but managing public sector standards at scale is an enormous challenge.
Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and now the preeminent trend of 2019 – digital twins. How can we make sense of all these buzzwords?
Bluebeam’s Revu has helped Arup improve collaboration and move towards a paperless future.
We release the results of PBC Today's 'The Construction Industry Brexit Survey', as fewer than one in 10 respondents declared themselves highly confident in their outlook post-Brexit.
John Eynon ponders the nature of reality, life imitating art and embracing change in an ever-changing digital world.
Stuart Bell looks at some of the common issues surrounding poor information management and sets out some simple steps to encourage adoption.
Sam Cocking, a PhD student at the CSIC working under the supervision of Prof Matthew DeJong, reports on a structural health monitoring.
In September's BIM Today, we reveal the results of the Construction Industry Brexit Survey, a major poll of our readers to gauge the confidence of the AEC sector once the UK leaves the European Union.
The ALLPLAN 2019 BIM solution for architects and engineers in building and infrastructure was updated recently.
The benefits of BIM have been exploited to the full in the design and construction of a mixed-use building at the One Smithfield Square regeneration project.
Steven Kenny, industry liaison, architecture and engineering at Axis Communications, discusses the challenges of the smart revolution and the innovation that is needed to create a smarter, safer world.
Consistent level of development in BIM is difficult to achieve. Bricsys has applied machine learning to BIM workflows to simplify and facilitate the creation of high-fidelity building models.
BIM lead for the Environment Agency, Ayo Sokale, shares how its new Collaborative Delivery Framework is adopting BIM as business as usual.
John Ketteley, executive chairman of Elecosoft, considers how the government’s digital marketplace is enabling vital change in public sector procurement beyond the build and into a sustainable future.
Delivering the designs for a major expansion of an underground rail depot required the breaking down of information silos and the streamlining of processes to meet a tight deadline.
Excitement is growing around 5G and the far-reaching impact it will have on the business world and on the construction world in particular. Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction & Engineering, takes a look.
JCT has released its latest practice note, BIM and JCT Contracts, providing up-to-date guidance for using JCT contracts on construction projects where BIM is to be used.
With an ever-rising pressure to evolve beyond BIM, sticking with the status quo is not an option for MEP contractors.
How can digital twins help in the race towards decarbonisation?
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.
Construction weather and natural climate insight will change. Don’t get left out in the cold – BIM software can hot up via AI.
FARO's Udo Haedicke looks at the methods companies of all sizes can use to adopt prefabrication processes, what it means for people and the technology driving it.
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.
Ian Tansey of ProDroneWorx discusses how digital/reality capture outputs from drone technology revolutionised the management of a construction project.
Law firm Burges Salmon looks at how the perfect storm of sector restructure and the advance of Modern Methods of Construction will combine to reshape construction procurement in 2025 and beyond.
Martin Ganley, BRE programme director for the CIH, offers reflections on a roundtable looking at advanced manufacturing techniques in the built environment.
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