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The Reality of Digital Construction

There has been a lot of discussion, (including from myself) about how construction is becoming aligned with more digitally advanced industries – but what does that look like on the ground through the construction lifecycle?

Digital Construction – why should it matter to you?

Digitalisation has begun to change how we fundamentally construct the physical world. New technologies are altering how we plan, design, construct and even maintain our built environment.

Connect Your Teams and Tools eBook

From drafting by hand to designing with CAD, the AEC industry has been glacially slow to embrace technological change.


18 Tips For Modelling Structural As-Built From Laser Scan Data

3D laser scanning has rapidly gained popularity for its automatic capture of complete as-is geometry of structures and sites.

Understanding the “Future Testing” Cycle

Future Testing makes the first-time building a unique, “one of a kind” structure as efficient as if the company had made it for the 100th time!

Why do MEP engineers need BIM content?

Content. It is essential in BIM projects by now. Good content, which contains a lot and the correct information, ensures that a 3D model is becoming increasingly more important in the BIM process and in ...

How to integrate BIM with business processes?

The digital transformation in the construction industry is causing a paradigm shift and disrupting the status quo for all stakeholders involved.

Allplan: 10 Good Reasons for BIM Whitepaper

Building Information Modeling is the digital working method for the building industry. BIM adds value by enabling people, processes and tools to work together effectively throughout the entire life-cycle of a building.

BIM: A Blueprint for Success

BIM, or Building Information Modeling is a hot topic within the construction industry. With BIM adoption likely to accelerate, knowing exactly what BIM means at a project level and how it impacts on your organization ...

BIM 360 Glue Success Story—Turner Construction

Turner, which oversees about 1,500 projects each year and has 5,000 employees around the world, was one of the first construction companies to develop and use technology tools.