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.
The Kreo team recently attended the Homes UK 2019 conference, where Julia Valentine spoke on a panel on 'Digital Innovation in Construction'. The team's attention was also caught by a panel on the future of modern methods of construction (MMC) regarding ...
Everyone’s talking about modern methods of construction. But very few organisations in the UK are embracing it.
Construction is not the easiest industry to break into for software companies. In comparison to other industries, construction lags even behind agriculture in terms of digitalisation.
Digital transformation in housebuilding: threat or opportunity? This was the webinar topic introduced by Magomed Galaev, CEO & founder of Kreo. In the live Q&A with James Dearsley, Co-founder of Unissu, we discussed how we're seeing real estate change ...
The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 is an eight-stage building design and construction process for UK professionals.
Building’s fifth annual BIM survey shows that the number of companies taking advantage of BIM is growing. With the number of BIM design tools also on the rise, which of these are leading the way in improving the feasibility study process?
Leading UK construction consultancy, Cast Consultancy, has signed up to use Kreo's artificial intelligence in pre-construction planning and concept design.
Combining the power of BIM with artificial intelligence will help you win more projects and reduce your company's risk of being left behind.
In response to news of the housing borrowing cap being scrapped, October 2018.
Most construction professionals are already somewhat sold on the value of computers – but, when it comes to unlocking their full potential, they're only just scratching the surface.
Understanding the problems with the construction industry's bidding process is crucial to finding out why the industry's profit margins are so low.
Construction profit margins have long been a controversial subject in the industry, with many citing them as a factor in the uncertain financial environment facing even the largest, most-established firms.