Specialist Construction Software company, EasyBuild UK are pleased to be crowned the winner of The Construction Computing Awards category ERP Construction Software Of The Year for the fourth year running!
Solar radiation, rain, humidity and extreme temperatures. Cultural heritage is exposed to an array of external factors that deteriorate it over time.
With the drop in rooftop solar prices, a majority of the households, irrespective of any income level, can now save costs by going solar.
The year’s top engineering people and projects have been named at the Engineers Australia National Pinnacles Awards virtual ceremony.
Low carbon smart pipes for use in large-scale buried infrastructure projects are to be developed in a new partnership between the University of Birmingham and specialist manufacturing company Aquaspira Ltd.
An expert from the University of Northampton has co-authored a book to support a major national engineering vocational qualification for 14 to 16 year olds.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, now in its eighth year, has come to a close with the announcement of a new online hub to provide information and guidance to those organisations supporting and inspiring young people into engineering careers.
A team of researchers from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has designed a liquid window panel that not only blocks the Sun to control the transmission of solar radiation but also traps the thermal heat that can be discharged through the day and night, leading to reduced consumption of energy in buildings.
For any country, the cost of repairing the structural damage of ailing bridges can be hefty, going up to billions of dollars.
In just a few days, volunteers from the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) will once again be posting photos of Lottie at work for WES Lottie Tour during Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (2 – 6 November 2020) to show the huge range of careers available in engineering.
Route Masters, based at the European Space Agency BIC UK in Harwell in Oxfordshire, has signed up to the national SPRINT business support programme to develop an innovative transport management solution for African cities.
The future of 5G for business has officially landed. While there have been many hypothetical use cases for 5G, and predictions about the business applications it will enable, Australian-based Taylor Construction demonstrates firsthand that 5G has arrived, setting a new standard for 5G-enabled high-tech applications for the enterprise.
A white paint capable of cooling below the temperature of its ambient settings even under direct sunlight has been developed by a team of researchers.
SITECH UK & Ireland, the leading distributor of Trimble® machine control technology for the heavy and civil construction industry, has launched a new training Academy to support operators using construction technology.
Buildings and infrastructure also need to cope with climate change. It is vital to update structural design regulations to optimize European climate resilience and guaranteeing the safety of structures that are predicted to suffer from deviations in atmospheric variables and more often, powerful, and extreme weather events.