ARCHITECTURE & ENGINEERING

SHARI GARDNER | December 19, 2016

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An Annual Roundup of the best Deltek Architectural and Engineering blogs for 2016. Read them now and subscribe to the Deltek A&E blog.

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INERCO

INERCO, with 30 years of experience, offers comprehensive services and develops advanced technologies that contribute to sustainable industrial development, acting as a leader in the markets in which it operates. With our team of more than 500 highly skilled specialists, INERCO is in a unique position to meet the demands of the following technical assignments: Engineering.

OTHER ARTICLES

How prefab can enable the design and construction industry to bring much needed beds to hospitals, faster

Article | April 12, 2020

Managing the COVID-19 pandemic-and saving lives-depends largely on the availability of medical supplies, including the capacity of hospitals. But the United States lags behind other nations, with only 2.8 beds per thousand people compared to 4.3 in China and 12.8 in South Korea. The sheer pace of the outbreak raises the question of how we can expand our healthcare infrastructure and do so at speed. When China put up a hospital in just ten days, many people asked if the same would also be possible here in the U.S.

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ENGINEERING TECH

Evolving how strategic infrastructure projects secure planning approval in the UK

Article | April 12, 2020

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has recently launched an operational review of the Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIP) regime. This regime, established in 2008, was put in place to bypass local planning approval for projects that had a predominately national rather than a local impact. Over the last few years, the regime has taken a significant battering with ‘development consent’ (the granting of planning approval) for major infrastructure programmes being brought before court due to the corresponding National Policy Statement (used to determine if a project is in line with government ambition) being out of date with latest government policy. The most notable example being a third runway at Heathrow. This highlights that something is wrong with turning strategic policy intent into decisions on granting development consent.

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Charging into the future

Article | April 12, 2020

The number of electric vehicles being driven in New Zealand is expected to increase significantly over the coming years. By the end of 2021, the government aims to have 64,000 electric vehicles on the road. In effect, it won’t be too long before more and more companies start offering charging solutions to their customers. New builds or significant renovations present the perfect opportunity to include pre-wiring, to align with upcoming electrical regulations changes.

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4 Big Takeaways from CONEXPO 2020

Article | April 12, 2020

As the global construction industry came together for CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 on March 10-13 in Las Vegas, it became apparent to us at Autodesk that the construction industry feels as excited as ever about what the jobsite of the future may look like. With 130,000 registrations for the once-every-three-year event, the hunger for new innovation and technology was readily apparent across the vast expo halls.

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Spotlight

INERCO

INERCO, with 30 years of experience, offers comprehensive services and develops advanced technologies that contribute to sustainable industrial development, acting as a leader in the markets in which it operates. With our team of more than 500 highly skilled specialists, INERCO is in a unique position to meet the demands of the following technical assignments: Engineering.

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