Following a recent article in Building.com about experts’ vision for construction 2020, here’s a Kreo view into some of the comments.
At last year’s Homes UK event in London, a panel was asked to present the case for digital innovation in asset management and construction. They offered solutions that would enable digital innovation.
Let's set the scene: Tech @ Housing Conference, Manchester, late June 2019. Andrew Carpenter, Chair of BIM 4 Housing and Chief Executive of Structural Timber Association, caught our attention with BIM.
Taking off quantities from BIM is not as hard as it used to be. With a plethora of tools out there providing the service, it should be easy.
At the Chartered Institute of Housing’s Housing Conference – the largest housing festival in Europe – Kreo presented on the trends disrupting the industry. But there were two separate themes that were prevalent throughout the conference.
What to do with the quality of high-rise residential building has been a UK focus ever since the Grenfell tragedy two years ago.
Leading UK construction consultancy, Cast Consultancy, has signed up to use Kreo's artificial intelligence in pre-construction planning and concept design.
Cost estimation is a sensitive subject in the construction industry.
BIM Show Live is a two-day conference held at the Boiler Shop, Newcastle. In February, 250 attendees discussed the latest technology and processes in the construction industry.
The construction industry makes substantial cost savings and improves the quality of buildings with building information modelling (BIM). How can the real estate industry get value from BIM?
Digital twin is fast becoming a buzzword in the real estate industry. But what does it really mean?
We’ve spoken a few times about the benefits of BIM. The main reason companies are fast adopting BIM (outside of mandates) is the savings you can make on costs and time when you implement BIM. But how exactly does that work?
With new, emergent artificial intelligence finally breaking its way into our industry, some architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) professionals tell us they are concerned about their jobs.