Army Corps of Engineers Scramble to Evaluate Alternate Hospital Sites for COVID-19
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is assessing unused facilities for use as alternate hospital units.
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Robots on the Construction Site? Not Anytime Soon
Construction technology won’t be replacing construction workers anytime soon.
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Bus for Seniors Has No Driver. Good Idea?
Canada, UK investigate AI-based transportation for older populations.
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A Partnership May Transform Traditional GIS, BIM and CAD Data Exchange
vGIS an MGISS partner to combine 3D formats in augmented reality
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How 3D Scanning Improves Virtual Design and Construction
3D scanning’s usefulness in the construction engineering industry is undeniable. But do you know how...
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America’s Worst Nuclear Disaster Was in California. Who Knew?
The Santa Susana Field Laboratory outside Los Angeles had a nuclear meltdown in 1959.
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China Built Two Hospitals in Just Over a Week
Workers raced around the clock to build facilities to take on the coronavirus outbreak.
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World’s Largest 3D-Printed Building in Dubai
The city plans to be the center of 3D printing in construction and more.
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Reach for the Sky—Wood Frame Building Will Be 35 Stories
Sidewalk Labs prototype would be the world’s tallest wood frame building.
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Making Acid in the Heart of Africa
Hatch uses digital technology to go from feasibility studies to finished construction in 2 years.
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