Marking the next step in a two-year collaboration the MoU will see the U.S. National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) work with experts from the UK’s Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) on the development of a national BIM program for the U.S. supporting international alignment on technical standards for the built environment. The US-UK collaboration […]
A specialist in the delivery of utility services, infrastructure, mining and urban development across Australia and New Zealand, Calibre Diona works closely with utility providers, mining houses, developers, councils and government departments.
The UK’s leading platform for innovation and technology in the built environment, Digital Construction Week (DCW), has announced its foray into Australia with a launch at DesignBUILD 2021. This global expansion of the brand is set to promote investment in growth markets like Australia and signifies the future direction of the industry.
Most construction professionals engage with their cloud-based applications to work without a second thought – but there’s a large, expansive world behind each click, share and comment. This article was originally published on the Built blog by Bluebeam.
When it comes to Building Information Modelling (BIM) processes the questions are endless…But where do you go to find the answers? Nathan Hildebrandt, founder of the The Digital Transition Podcast reports.
A 4D virtual twin of Australia’s largest urban renewal project, Fishermans Bend, is taking BIM to the next level.
Want to turn a project “smart?” You don’t have to be a techie. CEDIA Content Director, Ed Wenck, reports on the key to successful tech integration within our built environments.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused an estimated 900 million people around the world to remain at home.
This time last month many had never contemplated working from home for long periods of time, now it is our new normal. While collaboration technology is not new for the architecture, building, construction and design industry, it is only now that a third of the population are in lock down, tools such a bluebeam’s Revu are being put to good use.
Autodesk has offered free and extended access to cloud collaboration products to support its customers’ changing needs and minimise downtime during the COVID-19 outbreak.