The Digital Construction Sites
Laser scanning and 360° photo documentation are two technologies that provide builders, engineers, and architects with the ability to capture the specific details of as-built projects....
The Future of Digital Construction
Technology is disrupting the construction industry, with new survey methodologies and building techniques as well as innovations around BIM data and 3D models making the construction...
AEC at a Crossroads with Technology
Australia’s architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) sector is at a crossroads. Any company that wants to be a leading player should be investing aggressively in new...
Remeasuring Reality – Public Hospital Case Study
The advent of 5D revisioning with 3D models is an irreversible industry shift for the quantity surveying profession worldwide.
Technology and the Future of Collaboration
The construction industry is slow to change. We are not early adopters, nor do we tend to be technology leaders.
Goodbye Resources Boom, Hello Ideas Boom!
Supported by the Federal Government’s recent National Innovation and Science Agenda, the construction sector and country can now count on support to address some important drivers...
How Virtual Reality Will Change the Construction Sector
Of all the technologies expected to impact the building sector over coming years, one of the most critical areas with regard to likely effect over the...
Digital Fabrication and the Millimetre Perfect House
Digital fabrication is changing how houses are designed, engineered and built.
3D Printer Can Build a 230-square-metre House in 20 Hours
3D printing technology is already being applied in the construction industry, making possible to build a 230-square-metre house in only 20 hours.