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The £15m contract is McAvoy's largest healthcare project to date, 294 steel framed modules were craned into position in a highly complex operation.
The Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) is to receive almost £11m of core funding to support an ‘innovation revolution’ in the Scottish construction sector.
Richard Saxon CBE, architecture and construction expert, explores the silos confining the construction industry and delves into the ‘digital twin’ concept.
The Building Innovation Awards will celebrate the pioneering individuals, organisations and projects that are embracing emerging technologies and digital transformation to take UK construction to the next level.
Bentley Systems presented the Synchro XR app for visualising 4D construction digital twins with the new Microsoft HoloLens 2.
Green building technology has become one of the hottest trends in construction. The benefits of a green technology application in construction are far-reaching and comprehensive.
Trimble discuss the use of artificial intelligence in construction roles, making job sites more efficient and economical.
FARO has introduced SCENE 2019 Software and a Focus Laser Scanner Firmware update that together provide a more accelerated 3D capture workflow for AEC professionals.
The game simulates a real-life, collaborative project and tackles some of the challenges built environment students may be face in their careers.
Highways England has launched two competitions to inspire the UK's most creative minds to create ground-breaking ideas to revolutionise roads and driving.
The Construction Innovation Hub support digital, manufacturing and construction sectors to develop technologies that will help transform the sector.
Research shows technologies such as virtual reality, smart technologies, modelling, and robotics will have an impact on building construction.
According to latest NBS report, 70% agreed that those who do not adopt digital ways of working risk going out of business.
Automated construction could have a transformative effect on construction. Jaimie Johnston, director and head of global systems at Bryden Wood, takes a look.
In February's PBC Today, we take a look at the Construction Innovation Hub, modern 21st Century construction, a look at what's in store for 2019, and more!
The UK government has injected £23m for research into new technology that could help prevent potholes and create new pothole repair techniques.
Four new research projects that aim to speed up assembly, save money, and improve the quality of UK building projects is to be announced today (31 January) by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
As technology and AI gallop forward, robotics are making inroads into construction. Will there come a point where they can replace humans entirely?
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.
The latest generation of mechanical fastening solutions for the building envelope is enabling architects to create better buildings.
Peter Jansen, Construction Lawyer at Keystone Law, discusses construction’s digital future with a focus on BIM and data ownership.
Dario Teixeira, engineering manager at MIDFIX, explores how adopting new technology and using modern methods of construction could help address productivity and labour issues in the construction industry.
How do you know what 'good' looks like when it comes to systems adoption and digital maturity? GroupBC and Eque2 set out some simple steps for improvement.
NBS has launched the annual NBS National BIM Survey, marking almost a decade of tracking BIM adoption in the UK.
Build Aviator offers specialist services and software to streamline offsite and onsite processes.
Contractor MBG embraced BIM on a major multi-million pound hospital project – and saw the challenge pay off.