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BIM and IT are subject matter that every member of the building team should have some kind of handle on, and that everyone can derive some benefit from. Whether it’s an app to help with cost control or an optimized building design achieved through BIM, these technologies can bring your projects to the next level and beyond.

Designers | Stantec | Jan 13, 2017

The mind’s eye: Five thoughts on cognitive neuroscience and designing spaces

Measuring how the human mind responds to buildings could improve design.

Architects | Oct 11, 2016

A good imagination and a pile of junk: How maker culture is influencing the way AEC firms solve problems

“Fail” is no longer a dirty four-letter word: for maker culture, it has become a crucial stop along the way

Building Technology | Oct 7, 2016

How much is that LEED point worth? A new tool provides answers

Autocase analyzes the financial, social, and environmental benefits of certification.

BIM and Information Technology | Oct 3, 2016

A laser scanning solution for challenging topographic surveys

DeWalt Corporation, which has completed thousands of surveys over the last 50 years, began using 3D laser scanning technology nearly five years ago. 

BIM and Information Technology | Sep 15, 2016

8 tips for perfecting co-location

Experts share tips and tricks for maximizing cross-team collaboration.

BIM and Information Technology | Sep 7, 2016

Energy Star Portfolio Manager tool updated to factor in waste management

The costs and benefits of managing 29 types of waste are now included.

BIM and Information Technology | Aug 30, 2016

BIM GIANTS: A ranking of the nation's top BIM design and construction firms

HOK, Perkins+Will, Turner Construction Co., The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., Jacobs, and Thornton Tomasetti top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest BIM AEC firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.

BIM and Information Technology | Aug 30, 2016

New service from CBRE provides deeper insights into in-building wireless network experiences

With dependable cellular and Wi-Fi coverage a must-have amenity for today’s businesses, CBRE to certify in-building network quality through new Cellular Signal Mapping service

BIM and Information Technology | Nathan Miller | Aug 22, 2016

The wicked problem of interoperability

Building professionals are often put in a situation where solving problems with the ‘best tool for the job’ comes at the cost of not being able to fully leverage data downstream without limitation, writes Proving Ground's Nathan Miller.

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