BIM Holoview announces new integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud

Reducing model rework times and improving visibly of issues across the construction team. Hamilton New Zealand, 18 August 2021 – BIM Holoview, a leader in providing mixed reality for construction with super accurate model placement and support for large models through Azure Remote Rendering, today announced it has launched an Continue Reading

The key differences between residential and commercial construction

Residential and commercial construction projects have numerous differences in tools, materials, purpose and functionality. The cost of commercial construction in comparison to residential is usually much higher and more likely to be publicly funded. While residential construction is often privately funded through capital investment and bank loans. Here are the Continue Reading

Calls for housing and landmarks for UK’s derelict land – Romal Capital survey

59% say housing is an issue and undeveloped sites should be committed to modern, efficient housing communities and cultural landmarks. London, UK | With Britain still in the grip of an on-going housing crisis, property developers Romal Capital sought the views of the British public on regenerating derelict land and brownfield sites. The national Continue Reading

Architectural ironmongery expert lifts the latch on wider industry standards

The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) is helping to shape the competency frameworks for the wider construction products industry as part of the drive towards clearer and more robust fire safety standards. Douglas Masterson, technical manager at the GAI, has been appointed as co-chair of Working Group 12, alongside Hanna Continue Reading

What is site boundary monitoring, and where is it used?

UK Construction Blog talks to Tim Turney, Global Marketing Manager at occupational hygiene and workplace hazard monitoring expert Casella, about the use of boundary monitoring to identify potential hazards, ensure compliance and protect workers from health risks. What is site boundary monitoring, and where is it used? Site boundary or Continue Reading

New guide to conformity marking and third-party testing published by GAI and DHF

A new technical briefing has been launched to keep door hardware professionals at the forefront of changes to conformity marking. The Guidance on conformity marking, third party testing, assessment and certification technical briefing, written by the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) and the Door & Hardware Federation (DHF), gives a comprehensive overview of the changes door Continue Reading