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NEW BOOTCAMP AIMED AT ANYONE INTERESTED IN A CAREER IN THE ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY.

Modern Building Services | December 15, 2021

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A new Skills Bootcamp, part of the Government’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee and Plan for Jobs, is being launched at South Devon College next month. Following on from the popular Skills Bootcamp in Digital, this new Bootcamp is aimed at anyone interested in a career in the engineering construction industry. The flexible course of up to four weeks gives people the opportunity to build up sector specific skills and fast track them to an interview with a local employer. Read More

NEW HOSPITAL IN FINLAND USES BIM TO INVOLVE STAFF IN DESIGN PROCESS

PBC Today | April 24, 2020

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The new Hospital Nova in Finland has used BIM models and VR to involve over 350 staff in the building design. As the first completely new hospital to be built in the Central Finland Healthcare District since the 1970s, Hospital Nova aims to be modern and efficient. With planned opening in late 2020, the project is an entirely new concept compared to traditional hospitals, with a target to cut operating costs by 10%. Due to the ambitious nature of the project, the project team wanted to involve s...

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HOW CAD HAS TRANSFORMED THE ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS

Interesting Engineering | April 03, 2020

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Engineers require a number of tools in the modern era to be effective during the design process. From Computer-aided design tools to 3D printers to virtual reality, technology today is only furthering just what engineering can do. Let's take a look back at some history of the engineering design process as well as look at some of the tools that allow modern engineers to effectively do their job. To many engineers out there of the younger persuasion, drawing out plans by hand may seem like a m...

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DIVERSITY, DIVISION AND THE FUTURE OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

PBC Today | March 02, 2020

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BIM Today’s resident argumentative BIMster John Eynon discusses, as only he can, diversity, divisions and why difference will make the difference for the future of the industry. If you know your Star Trek history then actually I really, really, really wanted to call this The Corbamite Manoeuvre, but as much as I love Jim very much, Corbamite has nothing to do with vaginas. And so. In this video, Ellie Taylor on The Mash Report makes a point on behalf of women everywhere – what’...

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EDUCATION

NEW BOOTCAMP AIMED AT ANYONE INTERESTED IN A CAREER IN THE ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY.

Modern Building Services | December 15, 2021

A new Skills Bootcamp, part of the Government’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee and Plan for Jobs, is being launched at South Devon College next month. Following on from the popular Skills Bootcamp in Digital, this new Bootcamp is aimed at anyone interested in a career in the engineering construction industry. The flexible course of up to four weeks gives people the opportunity to build up sector specific skills and fast track them to an interview with a local employer. Read More

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NEW HOSPITAL IN FINLAND USES BIM TO INVOLVE STAFF IN DESIGN PROCESS

PBC Today | April 24, 2020

The new Hospital Nova in Finland has used BIM models and VR to involve over 350 staff in the building design. As the first completely new hospital to be built in the Central Finland Healthcare District since the 1970s, Hospital Nova aims to be modern and efficient. With planned opening in late 2020, the project is an entirely new concept compared to traditional hospitals, with a target to cut operating costs by 10%. Due to the ambitious nature of the project, the project team wanted to involve s...

Read More
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HOW CAD HAS TRANSFORMED THE ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS

Interesting Engineering | April 03, 2020

Engineers require a number of tools in the modern era to be effective during the design process. From Computer-aided design tools to 3D printers to virtual reality, technology today is only furthering just what engineering can do. Let's take a look back at some history of the engineering design process as well as look at some of the tools that allow modern engineers to effectively do their job. To many engineers out there of the younger persuasion, drawing out plans by hand may seem like a m...

Read More
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DIVERSITY, DIVISION AND THE FUTURE OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

PBC Today | March 02, 2020

BIM Today’s resident argumentative BIMster John Eynon discusses, as only he can, diversity, divisions and why difference will make the difference for the future of the industry. If you know your Star Trek history then actually I really, really, really wanted to call this The Corbamite Manoeuvre, but as much as I love Jim very much, Corbamite has nothing to do with vaginas. And so. In this video, Ellie Taylor on The Mash Report makes a point on behalf of women everywhere – what’...

Read More