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CONSTRUCTURING: AN UNSTOPPABLE TREND

CONSTRUCTURING: AN UNSTOPPABLE TREND  | @BUILTRFEED

For decades architects and engineers have been in denial, arguing that manufacturing methods designed to produce millions of repeatable widgets, thousands of cars, or hundreds of Boeing aircraft, don’t apply to construction because every building or infrastructure project is a “one-off design” on a “unique site”.

Skanska + Assemble Webinar - May 24

Delivering projects faster, smarter and better

Delivering projects faster, smarter and better  | @aecom

As the industry seeks to bridge the global infrastructure gap, the delivery of critical assets is still being delayed. To solve the productivity issue, the combination of technology and alternative delivery can be a powerful tool.

3D PRINTED WALLS, DRONES AND A ROOF MADE FROM RECYCLED PLASTIC – HOW THE FUTURE OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY COULD LOOK BY 2025

3D PRINTED WALLS, DRONES AND A ROOF MADE FROM RECYCLED PLASTIC – HOW THE FUTURE OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY COULD LOOK BY 2025  | @BDCmagazine

Looking more than 50 years into the future, by 2075 Dr. Pearson suggests that self-assembling buildings under AI control will allow a new form of structure – kinetic architecture – where a structure is literally thrown into the sky and assembled while gravity forms the materials into beautiful designs.

BIM, OPEN SOURCE & COLLABORATION: 10 MINUTES WITH KIMON ONUMA

BIM, OPEN SOURCE & COLLABORATION: 10 MINUTES WITH KIMON ONUMA  | 
@aecsciencetech

Despite advances in technology that would allow them to do so, some engineers, architects, and contractors are not comfortable sharing their modeling data with other pros working on the same project.

Interview: A Q&A with Revizto

Interview: A Q&A with Revizto  | @AECmagazine

AEC Magazine speaks with Revizto’s Rhys Lewis to find out more about the simple-to-use cloud-based collaboration tool that can work with 2D and 3D data.

How Augmented Reality Will Innovate BIM Visualization

How Augmented Reality Will Innovate BIM Visualization  | @Forbes

AR possesses the ubiquity and value to be used by many different industries. One sector that stands to benefit from AR is BIM — building information modeling.

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