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Kier Highways begins trial of new risk assessment app

Kier Highways have begun trails on a new innovative risk assessment app 'FYLD', which conducts digital risk assessments which will save time, increase safety, and boost collaborative working practices.
home building technology

[Video] New home building technology to reduce household bills

Etopia Group is rolling out a state-of-the-art new home building technology that will reduce household bills for customers by hundreds of pounds.
AEC firms

Why are cloud workstations critical for AEC firms?

Cloud workstations can benefit AEC firms in a number of ways, from reducing costs and simplifying IT infrastructure. Workspot cloud solution tells us more.
3d building design software

ACCA software releases latest version of 3D building design software, Edificius

International AEC software developer ACCA software has released a new version of Edificius, the 3D building design software, with interesting features.
merchant city regeneration

Graham to deliver Glasgow’s Merchant City regeneration: Candleriggs Square

GRAHAM has commenced Glasgow's Merchant City regeneration - a £62m project to deliver residential accommodation, offices, hotels and more.  
construction technology skills shortage

Construction professionals call on government for education rethink to combat construction...

Construction employers, decision makers, educators and students are appealing to the government to tackle the construction technology skills gap and safeguard the future of the trades industry.
BIM Trends

What are the top five BIM trends in 2022?

In this article, we explain the top five BIM trends that are expected to take the construction industry by storm in 2022, and why Building Information Modelling adoption is the way forward in our new digital age.
visual intelligence

How can visual intelligence help develop a more sustainable built environment?

Linda Wade, CEO of the visual digital twin platform, Spinview, explores how visual intelligence can unlock the value of buildings and infrastructure data and contribute to sustainable built environment goals.
virtual twins

How will virtual twins help to reshape building planning?

John Kitchingman, managing director, EuroNorth, Dassault Systèmes, explores how building designs can be reshaped to fit a post-pandemic future with the help of virtual twins
pas 24 and secured by design

PAS 24 and Secured by Design for Building Envelope explained

PBC Today interviewed Engineering Leader of UL’s Built Environment Group Mark Swanborough about PAS 24 and Secured by Design.
3D printed homevideo

[Video] First 3D printed home in US handed over by Habitat...

The first 3D printed home to be completed by Habitat for Humanity in the United States was handed over to its new owner on 21 December.
world's deepest swimming poolvideo

[Video] World’s deepest swimming pool opens in Dubai

The world’s deepest swimming pool, clocking in at a depth of 60m and holding 14m litres of water, has opened in Dubai.
5g network

Bam Nuttall announces new 5G construction project

Bam Nuttall has announced that the company is using new 5G network innovation technology on their SSEN Transmission Shetland project to help meet Shetland’s future energy needs.
new form builder

Funding bolsters Re-flow toolset with powerful new form builder

Re-Flow's powerful new form builder, which allows construction businesses to build simple forms within seconds, has received a significant funding boost to help bolster the future of Re-flow’s toolset.
US director of PT Blink

Will Watson appointed as PT Blink US director

Former Arup and Katerra engineering executive Will Watson appointed as PT Blink US director, the Australian construction and property tech company.
state-of-the-art jubilee itu

Queen’s Hospital opens new £7.5m state-of-the-art Jubilee ITU

Queen’s Hospital in Romford has opened new state-of-the-art ITU named ‘Jubilee ITU’ in honour of the Queen’s historic 70-year reign.
new-build secondary school

Tilbury Douglas completes construction of new-build secondary school

Tilbury Douglas has completed the construction of a new-build secondary school - Saddleworth High School - in Diggle, Oldham.
voice-operated risk assessment app

Gallagher introduces voice-operated risk assessment app

The first of its kind in the UK - a voice-operated risk assessment app called RiskTalk - has been introduced for construction businesses by Gallagher.
cybersecurity in construction

Best practices for cybersecurity in construction

Bryce Austin from TCE Strategy shares some of the top tips and best practices for cybersecurity in construction with Trimble Viewpoint.
underground construction

Radical new methods for underground construction

Lateral thinking and technology transfer are set to revolutionise the construction of transportation and utilities tunnels, underpasses, car parks and other underground structures. Patrick Lane-Nott, director of engineering at hyperTunnel, explains how.
BIM Today March 2022

BIM Today March 2022

Welcome to the BIM Today March 2022 edition. This edition examines the challenge of navigating the "perfect storm" of climate change, a building safety crisis and supply chain disruption through digitalisation and MMC.
poland's carbon-free power

Bechtel, Westinghouse and GE Steam Power to support Poland’s carbon-free power

Bechtel and Westinghouse have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with GE Steam Power to support Poland's carbon-free power.
Re-Flow Field Management

Re-flow – Field Management Software

Field management software from Re-flow, putting you in control and your team to work - keeping your workforce focused, updated and compliant.
robots in construction

‘Bot’ the Builder: Are robots the future of construction?

Mark Sugden and Chris Froud, senior associates and patent attorneys specialising in construction and robotics respectively at Withers & Rogers, explore the potential of using robots in construction.
drones in construction

Embracing drones for construction to achieve sustainability objectives

David Pounder, future aviation systems engineer, Connected Places Catapult, shares how embracing drones in construction can help meet sustainability objectives while increasing work efficiencies and safety measures.
real-time 3D

Using real-time 3D tools to build without bricks

With real-time 3D tools, you can create properties that are tailored to any tenant or buyer - all before a single shovel breaks ground.

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