Technology developed by Newcastle headquartered Twinview has supported the first building in the world to achieve the coveted SmartScore Platinum standard - the international benchmark for best-in-class smart, sustainable, carbon-neutral buildings.
The Use of Graphene Oxide for the Protection of Concrete
By Brett Smith
Treatments Used to Improve Quality of Building Ceramics
By Ben Pilkington
How are Geopolymers Used in Foam Concrete and Why are they Useful in Cold Regions?
By Sarah Moore
Visualizing Metrology and Potholes in Building Materials
Camera Networks and Their Role in Construction Automation
By Megan Ray Nichols
Using Semiconductors in Smart Buildings
Bio-Degradable Plasterboards Developed Using Bacteria-Based Technology
High-Strength Aluminum Alloy Welding Technology for Building Lightweight Bridge
New Concrete Material Made of Space Dust and Blood, Sweat, Tears of Astronauts
Three In Five Australian Construction Leaders Say Data Analysis Helps Reduce Project Defects
From Procore Technologies, Inc.
Newcastle Technology Company Twinview Supports World-First SmartScore ‘Platinum’ Building
Registration Opens for the 9th Edition of the Engineering Design Show (EDS): The Leading Event for UK Design Engineers