The city’s architectural charm is rooted in both its cherished history as well as its modern innovations
Homes have been created underground since prehistoric times, but with the climate emergency getting worse and the issue of land availability becoming more pressing, could we see the construction of more subterranean homes?
Speed has become paramount in the increasingly competitive industry, says Bantrel Co. project engineer Duane Gingras, making digital tools like Bluebeam essential for success.
In this second in a short series of articles we look at some examples of how Bluebeam helped public sector organisations make the review process more efficient, saving time and money and speeding up the delivery schedule.
Built spoke to Lari about her unusual approach to architecture, conservation and community, as well as her vision of a more community-focused future of design.
Anyone embracing a construction project needs to keep track of its progress. For many companies, the use of key performance indicators is an essential part of monitoring progress of on-site activities to ensure a scheme is delivered on schedule and within budget.
Construction lags other industries when it comes to using new technologies. Might more use of offsite manufacturing techniques to create better quality and faster-delivered elements of a building be the answer?
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