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How Are Autodesk Users Feeling About Construction Software Tools?

22 January 2024Autodesk Software, ConstructionCarol Dunn

Over three days during Autodesk University (AU) in November 2023, Autodesk interviewed 65 Autodesk users and attendees to determine attitudes…

Empowering Structural Engineers in Sustainable Design

16 January 2024Advance Design, Structural design, SustainabilityLukasz Jedrzejewski

while many industries are taking steps towards becoming more sustainable, structural engineering has often been overlooked.

5 Surprisingly Attainable Sustainable Construction Options

7 December 2023Construction, SustainabilityCarol Dunn

From innovative pavement solutions to eco-friendly framing systems, here’s a look at cutting-edge sustainable construction options that are surprisingly attainable…

Two Pivotal Methods for More Sustainable, Efficient Building Projects

9 November 2023BIM, Construction, Digital Transformation, SustainabilityCarol Dunn

building information modeling (BIM) and its resulting digital twins – data rich as-built models of buildings and all their systems…

Revolutionizing Sustainability: Carbon Emission Estimations in Advance Design

16 August 2023Advance Design, SustainabilityLukasz Jedrzejewski

Advance Design's innovative Finite Element Method (FEM) software, coupled with a new CO2 emission calculator, facilitates precise carbon factor measurements…

7 Trends That Will Affect Your AEC Workforce

10 August 2023AEC, Digital TransformationCarol Dunn

AEC workforce: Workers are likely to be attracted to forward-thinking companies, whether it’s yours or a competitor’s. With the many…

Why Investment in Sustainable Water Supplies is Becoming Critical

24 May 2023Innovyze, Sustainability, Uncategorized, Water/WastewaterCarol Dunn

businesses and communities are investing in new, sustainable forms of water supply to ensure safe drinking water, as well as…

Why Our Sudden Appetite for Mass Timber is Helping Construction

23 May 2023AEC, Construction, SustainabilityCarol Dunn

On a continent that is 50% forested, as North America is, an appetite for mass timber construction not only makes…

How to Assess Embodied Carbon in Revit

24 January 2023Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Digital Transformation, Revit, SustainabilityCarol Dunn

to address embodied carbon in construction, consider using EC3 and tallyCAT to help compare and specify materials that have low…

If You’re Working in Construction, You Might Be a “Fungi”

10 January 2023Architecture and Engineering, Construction, SustainabilityCarol Dunn

The nature-based process of using fungi to detoxify and decarbonize a wide variety of pollutants is promising as a developing…

Innovative Construction Methods Planned for Low-Carbon 2024 Olympics

10 June 2022Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Sustainability, UncategorizedCarol Dunn

Paris 2024 Olympics Board of Directors has approved a strategy to achieve a lower carbon footprint; innovative construction methods are…

How Construction is Becoming More Sustainable

26 May 2022Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Digital Transformation, Electrical, Mechanical, MEP, Plumbing, Sustainability, UncategorizedCarol Dunn

Despite the many challenges that face construction companies, there has been widespread adoption of sustainable practices around the world.

3D printing: carbon fiber reinforced concrete

11 January 2022All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Digital Transformation, Manufacturing, UncategorizedCarol Dunn

Researchers improve concrete reinforcement using structural fibers, like carbon, fiberglass and Kevlar for a stronger, lighter product.

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