Construction Week In Focus: 10 building technologies to watch in 2019

| March 20, 2019

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From Bim to AI and 3D printing to machine learning, these are the construction tech tools that will impact the industry in 2019. The past two decades have seen an explosion in all manner of technologies, with the construction sector susceptible as any other to their benefits. An industry that has traditionally lagged behind somewhat, it has over the last few years appeared more responsive to the new tools and techniques that global industries can share with the building industry.

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