The UK government wants net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. But can the country’s construction industry – which currently produces a whopping 40% of those emissions – overhaul the way it works to help achieve this?
The construction sector has traditionally lagged behind other industries when it comes to using digital technology. But it is finally beginning to catch up with the use of augmented reality.
23 June is International Women in Engineering Day. The day highlights the talents of female engineers and also throws light on engineering as a potential career path for those young women who want to work in the sector but think it might be an exclusively male world.
With the world’s population set to top 9 billion by 2050 and increasing pressure on global resources, urban design will inevitably steer toward sustainable outcomes as never before
Women in Construction Month 2021: More Women Are Working in Construction – But Further Progress Is Needed
Women make up just over half of the UK population, but fewer than one-fifth work in construction. A month dedicated to highlighting women’s contribution to the sector aims to change long-held bias and outdated perceptions.
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Manufacturing homes in a factory can lead to quicker delivery times and bolster quality