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3D laser scanning is opening doors for many construction companies to improve their processes and results – Saving time, money and headaches. Here are three ways you can use it on your next project.
Here's how one material supplier uses BIM and digital construction workflows to speed up detailing by 50%.
While the push toward renewable energy is long overdue, there are some practical issues professionals in electrical design are facing.
There’s a lot of talk in the construction industry about the use of robotic technologies. Read on to see how robots are gaining traction and how far we are away from robots building everything.
There’s a lot of hype currently surrounding Blockchain and the great things it can do and be for the construction industry. But there are some aspects of the conversation that people are getting wrong
When your estimators have been relying on traditional methods like spreadsheets to produce estimates, making the leap to construction estimating software can be a big one.
Mixed reality merges the digital and physical worlds. Learn how this technology helps facility managers make sense of 3D models.
With more and more construction firms riding the wave of digitalization and innovation, the Internet of Things (IoT) technology is being used in making building construction eco-friendly.
Kinetic architecture is a growing trend for its structural versatility and functional adaptability. This is the future of dynamic architecture and something to consider for your next building project.
We put five constructible experts in a room and asked them some of the industry’s toughest questions. Here's what happened.
Construction processes are evolving. Learn how automation and machine learning enhance the capabilities of CAD and field layout.
One of the biggest trends in the industrial industry at the moment is Internet of Things (IoT). But how will this trend affect the MEP industry?
Automation is impacting every phase of design and construction, and it’s advancing at a breakneck speed. Here are some of the most recent impacts, and what you can expect in the near future.
As technology continues to expand into every workplace, the idea of “work” is changing. While this process may push us outside our comfort zones, it also opens up opportunity for construction workers.
The history of the construction industry is as old as humankind. Learn about some major industry turning points and see how we arrived at the state of construction we know today.
IoT can transform industries. Construction, while not leading in adoption, isn’t far behind. IoT technology is moving into the construction of new buildings, their maintenance, and their operation.
Mixed reality in construction is here and the Microsoft HoloLens Trimble hard hat solution has dissolved the lines between reality and fiction on construction sites. Watch this video to see how.
The low down on the LOD. In the world of Building Information Modeling (BIM), the term 'LOD' gets thrown around a lot – but what does it really mean? Read this post to find out.
Whether you’re thinking about getting started in 3D laser scanning or you’ve been doing it for years, this guide reviews scan to BIM best practices for construction crews of every level.
A new elevator ditches the ropes, harnesses linear motor technology, and allows multiple cars to move in a single shaft in different directions. It’s changing the way megacities are built.