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15 October 2013 | by
The 2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, by architect Sou Fujimoto, is a metallic mesh of 27,000 bits of steel joined together to give the impression of a light, cloud-like structure. In this programme we talk to the AECOM engineers that worked alongside Fujimoto to help realise his design. We learn why the architect’s original designs had to be rapidly rationalised and how an exceedingly tight schedule ultimately dictated the final design and how it was built.
07 October 2013 | by
The government's Strategy for Sustainable Construction (published in June 2008) aims to reduce waste from construction, demolition and excavation (“CD & E” waste) to 50% of 2008 figures by 2012. WRAP, the Waste & Resources Action Programme, has developed a Construction Waste Commitment to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill and to increase the amount of recycled content used in construction.
18 July 2013 | by
A variety of speakers – covering architectural practitioners, advisers, designers, academics, contractors (in UK and USA) and engineers, etc – answer a range of questions on BIM to explain the practical benefits of BIM and the future realities. This is a really useful intervention for those yet to take up on BIM as it points out the cost benefits and time-saving in clear details. For those interested in developing their extant use of BIM it explores the future technological potential.
11 July 2013 | by
BSI’s new standard, PAS1192-2 Specification for information management for the capital/delivery phase of construction projects using building information modelling, has been launched to support the Government’s Construction Strategy which aims to reduce the construction cost of public sector assets by 20-30%.
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