As digital technologies advance and expand their influence on the built environment, we consider how we can employ digital and how it may change existing ways of working.
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The future is a digital, circular construction process
The principles of the circular economy, the shift from take/make/dispose to design for reuse, have been slow to become the norm in the built environment sector. How can developers and constructors find a way to overcome the lack of a standardised way to incorporate recycled material into their projects?
How can businesses combine hindsight, insight and foresight to be better prepared for sudden change
Businesses and organisations increasingly operate in an environment characterised by regular periods of disruption. Environmental and climate risks, to corporate hacking and cyber threats. Harmonising past, present and future insights are key to building a more resilient business.
Solving the most enduring problems: how quantum computing might transform the built environment
As quantum computers mature from ‘interesting theory’ to ‘actual technology’, it’s a good time to look at how they might transform longstanding problems faced by engineers and designers across the built environment.