Start-ups from around the world can play a leading role in helping an essential global industry in its efforts to cut CO2 emissions and help solve the climate challenge.
Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the infrastructure engineering software company, today announced a collaboration initiative with WSB to lead civil infrastructure owners and contractors to adopt and use infrastructure digital twins.
Hexagon's Asset Lifecycle Intelligence division, a global leader in digital reality solutions, has today unveiled a new release of its GT STRUDL® 41 software.
Johnson Controls, the global leader for smart, healthy and sustainable buildings, has been recognised by LexisNexis as one of the world's most innovative companies in its latest report, "Innovation Momentum 2023: The Global Top 100."
Morgan Sindall Construction’s London business completed a £9.2 million restoration project at Camden Methodist Church, as hospitality group The Wesley opened London’s newest boutique hotel on New Year’s Eve 2022.
Victoria University researchers have developed state-of-the-art technology that will take outdated aspects of Australia’s construction industry into a modern digital age.
Mason UK were awarded the contract from the Maybourne Hotel Group to supply a variety of different noise and vibration isolation solutions for the prestigious Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge
Polyglass U.S.A., Inc., a leading manufacturer of roofing and waterproofing systems in the United States, is pleased to announce its participation at the 2023 International Roofing Expo live in Dallas, TX March 7-9th, 2023.
Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, today demonstrated, at AHR Expo 2023, a seamlessly integrated ecosystem of IoT-based Smart Green Solutions capable of enhancing energy conservation, productivity, security and indoor air quality (IAQ) in buildings and cities.
Analysis by peer to peer real estate investment platform, easyMoney, has shown that at £97.6bn (2022) the UK construction sector is by far the largest in Europe and is expected to grow by a further 3.9% this year, having rebounded from the previous pandemic decline seen since 2020.