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Graphisoft | March 21, 2023
Graphisoft, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) software solutions developer for architecture and engineering, today introduced Archicad Collaborate. This subscription-based offer combines award-winning Archicad for architectural design with BIMcloud SaaS for fast, efficient, secure access to shared projects in real-time — all at an affordable price point.
Unlike other BIM software providers that charge additional fees for cloud services, Archicad Collaborate l...
PBC Today | January 17, 2020
The National Audit Office has released its latest report, which shows serious delays and increased construction costs for two hospital developments due to the Carillion collapse. The 646-bed Royal Liverpool, which was due to open in June 2017, is now forecast to be completed more than five years late, in the autumn of 2022, and the Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has not yet set an opening date. The 669-bed Midland Metropolitan, which was originally due to open in October 201...
United Engineers & Constructors | September 21, 2021
United Engineers & Constructors, Inc. (United), a leading infrastructure engineering, procurement, construction and consulting company, and Imperia Engineering Partners, Inc. (Imperia), a specialty engineering firm with unique capabilities including a materials engineering and failure analysis laboratory and nuclear engineering programs, together, announced today that the two companies will be joining forces to expand United’s engineering and construction services for the Energy genera...
eeDesignIt | February 24, 2020
While electrons gain and emit energy by being exposed to photons, photons themselves have always been resistant to magnetic field control. To develop futuristic technologies like quantum computers, scientists will need to find ways to control photons, the basic particles of light, just as precisely as they can already control electrons, the basic particles in electronic computing. Unfortunately, photons are far more difficult to manipulate than electrons, which respond to forces as simple as the...
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