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Modeling Smart Cities – Where Is Everything

Software is a key element in the architecture and construction world—as it is necessary to create and construct in today’s connected world. From design drawings to promotional images, via building construction, software is tracking the stages and presenting the results to improve productivity and ensure on-time delivery across the board. The data to support all this has to come from somewhere and has to be managed in a coherent way and the model is perhaps the obvious place.

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Do BIM Predictions Ring True?

In the past few years, I have read report after report that predicts BIM (building information modeling) growth, and I am sometimes left a little bit mystified.

12/6/2016|

Construction Chatter

beginQuoteOur view is 3D printing has the potential to really change parts of the construction industry in ways that will really help us.endQuote

-Jeff Perelman, Sundt

 

Data Is Changing the Face of Construction

The construction industry is beginning to realize it’s facing disruption—either change or be displaced by a rapidly changing digital world. No longer can a construction manager sit in a jobsite trailer or office and assess what’s happening in the field. Today it’s all about realtime information that needs to be acted upon.

11/29/2016|

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