Building information modelling (BIM) has become widely used in architecture, but now a...
- BIM and the IoT: the grandest of all designs
- Architecture’s robot revolution: pioneering robotic construction
- Bringing Amsterdam’s Amstelveen Theatre to life with Elval Colour
- Can a planning overhaul solve Britain’s housing crisis?
- The perfect solution: Designing Lufthansa Building D with Elval Colour’s etalbond
Walsall Healthcare awards hospital redevelopment project to Interserve
UK-based Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust has selected construction group Interserve to serve as the preferred bidder for its redevelopment programme.
Sydney Metro Northwest: An Innovative Cranage Solution by Marr Contracting
When Marr Contracting was asked to design a cranage solution for one of the eight new railway stations on the Sydney Metro, Australia's biggest public infrastructure project, the company knew the stakes were high.
Westridge to refurbish Brighton Dome Corn Exchange and Studio Theatre
UK-based Westridge Construction has been chosen for the refurbishment work on the Brighton Dome Corn Exchange and Studio Theatre.
BIM and the IoT: the grandest of all designs
Building information modelling (BIM) has become widely used in architecture, but now a growing number of products are integrating Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities. Patrick Kingsland takes a look at how bringing the two technologies together might add new capabilities and asks what it all means for architecture.
Architecture’s robot revolution: pioneering robotic construction
From a science museum in Seoul constructed by robots to a conference centre completed with robotic assistance in just 100 days, new projects suggest that automation may be heading for the mainstream of the construction industry. Patrick Kingsland looks at the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Middlesbrough mayor unveils plan for UK’s digital city
Plans to launch a £250m digital city development in Middlesbrough, UK, have been unveiled by Mayor Andy Preston.
Bringing Amsterdam’s Amstelveen Theatre to life with Elval Colour
Built in the south of Amsterdam, The Amstelveen Theatre building origins date back to 1975. In 2012, a renovation project was approved to transform the Theatre Tower into an elaborate performance space, doubling the height of the old building structure to increase the internal capacity for stage design.
Can a planning overhaul solve Britain’s housing crisis?
Despite government targets, the UK’s housing shortage shows no signs of letting up. Some argue the planning process is due a complete overhaul, but the problem runs much deeper, as Ross Davies reports.
Slump in UK commercial and industrial construction to continue under “no-deal” Brexit scenario
Based on an assumption of a “no-deal” Brexit in late 2019 or during 2020, GlobalData has revised downwards its growth projection to an average of 0.2% in 2019-2020.
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