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Technology advancement

In the ever-evolving landscape of the AEC industry, technological advancement is the only path forward. This pillar takes you on a deeper dive into the transformative power of digital transformation, innovation, and cutting-edge technologies.  

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From Building Information Modeling (BIM) enhancing project collaboration to the integration of advanced construction technologies like drones and robotics, the AEC sector is redefining how we design, collaborate, and construct, ushering in a new era of efficiency, precision, and project excellence. By championing technological advancement, we not only stay at the forefront of industry trends but also lead the charge in shaping the future of construction. 

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Check out our newest blog posts featuring insights on technological advancements from some of the brilliant minds and thought leaders in our industry.

Building conversations

Our podcast features guests from across the industry. It's a place for discussion. To explore different ways we can lead the industries transformation through championing technology advancement, listen in!

Featuring John Lorinc

Cities are phenomenally complex, living spaces that can generate an overwhelming amount of data, so collecting, managing and using that data is also phenomenally complex. There are huge pitfalls to avoid, privacy being the obvious one, and misuse by private entities another. 


Featuring Molly Connor and Markku Allison

Human nature makes the future a scary place. Scientists had predicted pandemics for decades, but the Covid-19 pandemic still felt like it came out of nowhere. Our tendency is to react to events, rather than get ourselves ready for likely eventualities. 


Featuring Myrna Bittner

Planning cities requires a lot of data. That data can be difficult to penetrate, and that’s where synthetic cities come in. Myrna Bittner and RWI Synthetics create complex visual models of cities that are used to experiment and model what might happen with new projects like transit, housing or even if every resident owned a guinea pig.


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