In the competitive construction world, time is money. Utilizing a 3D laser scanner at every stage of the construction process has numerous benefits, all of which contribute to efficiency and accuracy for all stakeholders involved, … about A Million Points of Light: The Benefits of 3D Laser Scanning
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.
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In the span of a generation, many construction industry design and management processes have been transformed. For the most part, people just want technologies that are tried, tested, and proven. But sometimes a ‘disruptive’ technology … about Construction Software – Why Everyone Can’t Agree (and what to do about it)
When it comes to reducing injuries and deaths in the construction industry, there is a growing emphasis on the use of Safety by Design principles. The goal is to take the highest order approach to … about How Your Architect Can Help You Have a Safer Worksite
As online communication becomes the norm, more builders share information through online platforms rather than face to face.
The construction and real estate sectors are both major creators and major consumers of geographic information. We, therefore, need to work closely with the GIS community to manage our ‘location intelligence’ legacy.
Steve Jones, head of Industry Insights Research for Dodge Data recently led a Groundbreak session on using the BIM model as both a road map and a granular visual guide for project management. With such … about BIM? BAM! But Always Start with the Model
The advent of Building Information Modeling technology (BIM) has upended the collaboration process, allowing everyone involved in the project, across disciplines, to view or make changes in real-time that are instantly viewable by everyone involved.
Technology is expected to deliver productivity gains, improve processes and reduce the burden of paper-shuffling for contractors in Australia, according to recent study.