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SES Engineering Services wins £5m Edinburgh University deal

National engineering specialist SES Engineering Services has secured a £5 million mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) contract on Edinburgh University’s £25m project to establish a world-leading Data Technology Institute.

Key theme of BAU 2017: digital design, construction and management

The employment of digital technologies offers great potential in all lifecycle phases of a building.

Waste Management reaches sustainability benchmarks

Waste Management, Houston, released its 2016 sustainability report titled Leading Change.

Tokyo starts construction of main Olympic stadium

Construction of the main stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics officially started Sunday, more than a year after the original blueprints were torn up following public outcry over skyrocketing costs.

BIM for Smart Layouts and Smart HVAC Products Enhance Energy Efficiency

Architects and MEP engineers today have increasingly sophisticated tools and techniques to continue to save building energy consumption—like Smart BIM layouts and Smart HVAC products.

BIM in Russia: how not to make a thousand mistakes

Is BIM implementation on Russian construction sites economically efficient? This issue was discussed at the recent Autodesk University Russia 2016 event.

BIM designed M74 Raith interchange

Building information modelling (BIM) is being used to deliver a £500M roads improvement project near Glasgow.

CIBSE lifts the lid on BIM with new roadshows

A series of roadshows around the UK and Ireland that will lift the lid on digital technologies in the construction sector, and the relevance of BIM to our everyday lives, have been announced by Chartered ...

THE BIM JOURNEY

BCFA Open exhibition visitors were able to attend Paul Quinn’s CPD ‘BIM, Simplified with NBS’ which introduced BIM, the tools that designers are using on BIM projects, and advised furniture manufacturers on their BIM journey.

Balfour Beatty: Helping our customers

Through BIM, our customers can see exactly what a completed building or structure will look like and how it will operate