Find out the four ways software can improve the construction sector’s productivity today.
These are the developments that are moving the construction industry forward.
Construction professionals now can set scale across multiple drawings in Revu 20.2 and apply length units independently of page scale
The COVID-19 pandemic – particularly the social changes brought as a result of early lockdowns – have forced tall buildings to become more environmentally mindful
A recent B1M-Bluebeam video highlights how a major infrastructure project is emblematic of how technology is helping alleviate one of the industry’s biggest challenges
A new software program aims to take the joint-creation process virtual, allowing users to design connections digitally before uploading them to a router that brings them to life
Hempcrete is a bio-composite material that can serve as an alternative to traditional lime, reducing the carbon impact of the resulting concrete mixture while improving its insulator-like and energy-retaining properties
Facing the urgency of climate change, companies like BP that traditionally invested in the construction of refineries and other oil production resources are pivoting to build in the increasingly profitable solar energy space
The generation of greenhouse gas in concrete production is a major problem. Changes are needed today – and researchers and engineers are pursuing many possibilities
Manufacturing homes in a factory can lead to quicker delivery times and bolster quality
Without the need for long-distance transportation or carbon-intensive production techniques, one research lab is experimenting with local soils that may offer a greener path forward
Contracting for infrastructure projects has stubbornly resisted technology adoption. An initiative born out of the World Economic Forum aims to change that