AECOM turned to Bluebeam to streamline communication and efficiency on multiple aspects of the building and modernisation of 20 schools in Austin, Texas
Explore critical insights for National Safe Work Month 2023, focusing on workplace safety in the construction industry. Learn about risk management, mental health support, diversity in the workforce, and the new 10-year national strategy to reduce workplace fatalities. Discover resources for small businesses to enhance safety practices.
Uncover the hidden potential of construction projects in reshaping economies, fostering innovation, and driving societal change in this article. Explore the concept of Social Procurement, where construction intersects with broader goals, and delve into focus areas like gender equity, local industry participation, and sustainability that can propel your construction business towards success and positive impact.
The global capital of biking, Amsterdam, continues its emphasis on two-wheeled, manual transportation with a one-of-a-kind parking structure
Discover the answers to your most asked questions about Bluebeam. Unlock insights into Bluebeam's innovative solutions bridging office-field communication in construction projects. Experience the power of Bluebeam Studio and Cloud for heightened collaboration and convenient document management on-the-fly.
Construction activity is complex, requiring huge amounts of coordination and cooperation. Pre-construction defect inspections are part of this process, ensuring that the groundwork – literally – for success is being done properly.
Traditional building products such as steel and concrete are construction’s ‘tried and tested’ materials, yet they come with a significant environmental cost. Can ‘hempcrete,’ a concrete-like product made from the hemp plant, help the industry elevate its sustainability efforts?
A pioneering new initiative is helping architecture, engineering, and construction professionals get the very best value from their digital editing tools.
It’s expected that by 2050 cities will be home to 68% of the world’s population, up from 54% in 2016. As our towns and cities expand at a phenomenal rate, what can the built environment do to cater for such rapid urbanisation and its challenges, making these good places to live and work, where people can live healthy, fulfilled lives?
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