• What is visual evidencing and how can it improve quality control?

    David Fullerton, UK Head for software company Captego, discusses how visual evidencing can raise quality.
  • Grey Area

    Michael Barber from information management service provider Amodal asks some pertinent questions about data ownership
  • Mind the Gap

    James Cash explores an adaptable and sustainable model in affordable housing that could help meet housing targets and revitalise forgotten plots
  • Inspiring Podcast

    Materials supplier Goodfellow’s Materials Inside podcast series has reached 100,000 downloads in just five months.
  • Twinning for Net Zero

    Digital twin technology is expected to lead the way in transforming our cities, saving billions in running costs and assisting towards net-zero targets.
  • Stemming the tide

    A report on science, technology, engineering and maths career provision in schools and colleges calls for urgent support and investment.
  • Taking the register

    Dan Harding, Sign In App Chief Executive, describes how this technology can ensure site managers have full visibility of their workforce.
  • Ireland's first digital campus to be built

    Dublin City University (DCU) and the Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics have partnered with software engineering firm, Bentley Systems, to build Ireland’s first higher education digital campus.
  • New syllabus for FM students

    Leeds Beckett University has been working with Honeywell to create an educational series of presentations, interviews and events for the facilities management sector.
  • BIM alliance

    The Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) has joined the UK BIM Alliance Affiliate Programme to support the implementation of building information modelling in practice and provide a co-ordinated approach to digital transformation across the built environment.
  • Lightbulb moment

    Peter Beckingham, Product Marketing Specialist at ABB, explains how building managers can use smart technology to save time and money on the upkeep of emergency lighting systems
  • Next generation of digitally skilled infrastructure workers programme

    Bentley Systems’ new education programme is aimed at inspiring the next generation of digitally skilled infrastructure workers. One fifth of all vacancies in the sector are currently hard to fill because of a lack of the right skills, while the career appeal of the industry for young people scores 4.2 out of 10 among 14- to 19-year-olds.
  • Woven city

    Ground-breaking work has begun on Toyota’s living lab city.
  • Digital platform for procurement

    Framework provider Pagabo has launched a central procurement technology platform. Intelligent dashboards simplify the full tender process and clients can track projects from initial engagement through to completion.
  • T2 judgement day

    This AI solution detects, classifies and monitors the deterioration of building envelopes and infrastructure
  • The ins and outs

    Increased uptake of MMC and off-site construction means that manufacturing technologies are becoming more relevant to construction quality. Brian Vince, TFC’s Group Quality Manager, shares common fastener problems and how to avoid them
  • Applicance of science

    Stroma’s Martin Holt discusses the use of technology in construction industries – or rather, its practical application as opposed to whimsy about its possibilities
  • Digital Library in Malaysia: Redefining The Conventional Library

  • Tune in

    Digital construction data platform NBS has launched a new Podcast series – Digital Construction Conversations.
  • Cloud atlas

    ​​​​​​​Dr Jozef Doboš, CEO of 3D Repo, shares ten legal considerations for construction cloud computing, including cyber security.