Historically, the construction sector has faced higher work-related injuries and costs than any other industry. However, the days of building with outdated quality and safety standards and expecting improved outcomes are long gone. If you … about How to Double Your Safety Benchmarks
Even a cursory survey of Australian architecture reveals numerous world-renown and iconic structures. A deeper look reveals architectural gems that may not be as well-known globally but are still iconic to those in the design … about Famous Australian Architecture: 19 Iconic Examples
Incomplete or inadequate geotechnical information can be a major cause of project delays, cost blow-outs, and conflict. Here is some practical advice about how to reduce the risk of encountering one of the most common … about What You Need to Know About the Underground Risks on Your Site
Construction in many ways embodies a job in the technology sector. This has always been the case, yet with the introduction of CAD, technology’s role in the industry and the impact it has on the … about What is Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Why It’s Important
Many in the construction and development sectors are calling for greater investment in affordable housing as part of economic stimulus following the COVID-19 downturn. The South Australian Government has already put it on the agenda, … about Affordable Housing: Here Is How It Could Be Done
Twenty times stronger than wood, highly recyclable, and fire-resistant. When it comes to metals, steel really is in a class of its own. It’s prized as a construction material for its high tensile strength and … about Steel Construction: Faster, Cheaper, and Greener
Here are some of the dramatic shifts futurists and analysts believe the industry should prepare for in the coming decades.
You may have heard about ‘parametric design’, ‘computational design’ and ‘generative design’, especially in connection with BIM or prefab projects. According to some leaders in architecture, they are the way of the future. So, what … about How Computational is Helping Ease Construction Pain Points
The latest report by Green Energy Markets reveals that renewable power levels have hit 20 per cent market share as new wind and solar farms are popping up across the country and more households install their own … about Harnessing Solar Energy With Eyes in the Sky
Building Information Modelling and digitised documentation could hold the key to delivering better outcomes not only for project teams but also the end customers—the asset owners, facilities managers and occupants, according to digital engineering experts.