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.
Billed as the “Heartbeat of the Industry,” expectations were high. You’d expect there to be some solid insights or trends revealed, and this year did not disappoint. Here are the biggest takeaways from bauma 2019, … about Construction Equipment Trends Revealed at bauma 2019
The BIM-MEPAUS methodology allows consistent, standardised design and documentation information shared between the design team and contractors to flow down to suppliers, which ultimately results in a much more collaborative, repeatable, and efficient design workflow … about How BIM is Helping Transform the Construction Industry
Even by construction industry standards, the commercial construction sector in particular has been slow to get on board with the latest technological innovations. That said, the fact that Georgia Tech is leveraging 5D Building Information Modeling for … about Georgia Tech Uses 5D BIM for $100M Campus Project
This year has seen construction technology pick up speed in Australia. More construction companies than ever before are embracing technology and many others are looking at new and unique ways to increase safety, collaboration and … about A Look at Construction Technology in 2018
A clearer picture is emerging of the types of technologies that are rising to the top in construction. In no particular order, we’ve compiled a list of seven technologies that have shown themselves to be … about 7 Construction Tech Trends to Watch in 2019
Keeping workers safe on road construction sites is an ongoing problem, underlined by the fact that the number of fatalities at these sites increase the more projects are underway. “From 2011 to 2016, 532 construction … about New Technology Can Help Increase Work Zone Safety
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a term describing a process used to give construction workers the insights and tools to design and implement their projects more effectively. BIM, and the introduction of 4D BIM, are … about What’s Next for BIM
Although there’s been progress in recent years, construction remains behind when it comes to wide scale adoption of new technologies, and the cost has been years of stagnant productivity gains. But this isn’t a time … about Why A Cultural Change Is Needed For Tech Adoption