Building & Construction
There is no doubt that sustainable 3D Printing is changing the game in various industries.
Master Builders Australia latest real time snapshot of business confidence in the building industry reports that although the housing market is moderating that builders remain upbeat.
Last week, Australia’s largest residential developer, Stockland celebrated the start of construction on the Group’s latest sustainable community. The new development, Waterlea forms part of Stockland’s growing medium density pipeline of more than 3,000 townhomes across the country.
It’s a sector that turns over $10 trillion globally, but for the construction industry, productivity concerns are a harbinger of doom.
Sustainable water storage and usage is a growing necessity for the Australian building and construction industry in the face of a looming national water crisis.
The first residential construction made from Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) has been completed by Holz DC in NSW.
Prefabricated building in Australia is an increasingly growing trend. In fact, modular and offsite construction now represents 3% of Australia’s building and construction industry, contributing $150 billion to the economy.
With more buyers shunning the quarter-acre Australian dream for apartment living, the chase is on for developers to cater to a growing market. Add to this a rapidly rising population, and the need to provide better options for housing is ever increasing.
Using Augmented Reality in building and construction is one of the top revolutionary innovations across the industry along with prefabricated or modular construction and technological integrations in the supply chain.
Intelligent prefab is on the rise thanks to Internet of Things (IoT) technology solutions. IoT increases speed, performance and quality in every facet of the prefabrication supply chain and the construction process as a whole.