Building information modelling is producing results for projects worldwide. Is Australia up to speed?
A 4D virtual twin of Australia’s largest urban renewal project, Fishermans Bend, is taking BIM to the next level.
Predicting how Australia’s construction industry will shape up, based on possible scenarios likely to play out in each state and territory, is fraught with doubt. Here’s an expert’s opinion on the regions that could best withstand the pandemic.
Industry leaders say the fate of manufacturing in the building and construction sector is largely in government hands.
We delve into the complex role of compliance within a post COVID-19 world, and how weakening standards would affect the industry.
Today’s technological trend is rapidly growing and at an increasing rate. It is transforming the building industry landscape with businesses consistently expanding their architectural and engineering capabilities.
The fate of Australia’s building and construction industry appears to be in the balance. Will it end up in the doldrums or become the cornerstone on which Australia’s economic revival is built?
In a new concept for Australia, the City of Melbourne has introduced the Green Factor tool, which will aid developers in the measurement of the sustainability credentials of their design in an early phase.
Australian experts in planning and architecture are set to discuss how they can not only plan for a big Australia but also planning that caters to the needs of the next generation of Australians.
NATSPEC have worked with various stakeholders to develop the NCPR Conformity Starter Pack. A multi-staged education package assisting both Australian and the global supply chain to meet the conformity requirements of Australian building practitioners.