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The Brickless Developers Group | April 04, 2022
Brickless Developers, known for their revolutionary construction methods, has signed a contract to acquire 834 acres in Port St. Lucie County for commercial and residential use as they pursue development ambitions for a self-sufficient town. Additionally, the developers will show a 1:1 recreation of the metaverse on an augmented reality platform to accompany the physical town.
Brickless Developers envision a future metropolis that would address immediate residential market needs a...
Projectmates by Systemates, Inc. | January 14, 2022
Projectmates, the enterprise construction project management software, is honored to be recognized as a Constructech Top Product for 2022. The annual awards recognize construction products that demonstrate outstanding innovation.
Trusted by the construction industry for more than 20 years, Projectmates was built for agility, scalability and affordability. The software provides immediate visibility into every project schedule, construction workflow, and real-time budget spend, empo...
Obayashi Corporation | December 18, 2021
Innoviz Technologies (Nasdaq: INVZ), a leading provider of high-performance solid-state LiDAR sensors, and Obayashi Corporation (TYO: 1802), a major Japanese construction company, announced Obayashi's development of an automated tower crane system that utilizes Innoviz's LiDAR sensors. Obayashi's automated tower crane system is part of its recently announced autonomous solutions for excavation equipment, construction of concrete dams and backhoe loaders.Obayashi beg...
Fast Company | January 17, 2020
In an effort to build a more sustainable future, architects and policy makers are nodding to the past with structures entirely made of timber. From a 70-story timber skyscraper in Tokyo to an all-wood, 200,000-plus square foot university residence hall in Arkansas, constructions that have eschewed steel and concrete for forest-grown materials have been sprouting up across the world. Next up in this timber trend: a Copenhagen neighborhood built fully with wood, with housing for 7,000 people, a sc...
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