Titomic is an Australian additive manufacturing specialist established to help companies leverage advanced materials and a new proprietary Kinetic Fusion process to produce stronger and faster products at scale. Co-developed with the CSIRO, the Titomic process overcomes the limitations of previous additive manufacturing (3D printing) for metals to manufacture complex parts without shape and size constraints.

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LOCHNER AND LONDON BRIDGE ASSOCIATES ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP

Lochner | March 01, 2022

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H.W. Lochner, Inc. (Lochner) and London Bridge Associates Ltd (LBA), along with the extended London Bridge Consultant Network (LBCN), have entered into a strategic partnership that will provide consulting, advisory and architect-engineer services targeting major crossings, bridges, tunnels, and other significant underground infrastructure. The partnership brings the resources and expertise of LBA and LBCN to the growing infrastructure landscape in the United States. Headquartered ...

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CW TO HOST AUTODESK CONSTRUCTION TECH WORKSHOP ON 10 FEBRUARY

Construction Week, Autodesk | January 27, 2020

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Construction Week in collaboration with Autodesk and Redington will host the Autodesk Construction Technology Workshop on the 10 February, 2020, at the Rove Downtown hotel in Dubai. The conference and workshop intends to shed light on the latest radical approaches and applications of building information modelling (BIM), artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, augmented- and virtual-reality AR and VR, as well as the importance of future collaboration models. The event – which will bri...

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C-CRETE TECHNOLOGIES ENTERS INTO A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH DOE TO CONVERT CARBON ORE TO ECO-FRIENDLY CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS

C-Crete Technologies | July 13, 2021

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C-Crete Technologies has engaged in a cooperative agreement with the United States Department of Energy to develop and market a new class of carbon-based construction materials. The materials may be utilized as a cementitious replacement for portland cement, the world's most used building material, in both the precast and cast-in-place construction sectors. Like any other naturally mined ore (iron, calcium, etc.), carbon ore or coal does not produce air pollution until heated,...

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DIGITAL ENGINEERING IS NEEDED TO REACH UK ZERO-CARBON GOALS

PBC Today | November 05, 2020

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It may appear the 2050 zero-carbon deadline is far off in the future. However, if we are to eliminate all carbon-based sources of energy throughout the UK, work must begin now on a whole-system approach, Bryan Palmer, senior civil engineer at Burns & McDonnell explores. Engineering will be key to success as the UK moves towards meeting its zero-carbon goals by 2050, and digital technologies will be at the core of an engineering-led approach. With the right model, we can optimise energy syste...

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LOCHNER AND LONDON BRIDGE ASSOCIATES ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP

Lochner | March 01, 2022

H.W. Lochner, Inc. (Lochner) and London Bridge Associates Ltd (LBA), along with the extended London Bridge Consultant Network (LBCN), have entered into a strategic partnership that will provide consulting, advisory and architect-engineer services targeting major crossings, bridges, tunnels, and other significant underground infrastructure. The partnership brings the resources and expertise of LBA and LBCN to the growing infrastructure landscape in the United States. Headquartered ...

Read More
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CW TO HOST AUTODESK CONSTRUCTION TECH WORKSHOP ON 10 FEBRUARY

Construction Week, Autodesk | January 27, 2020

Construction Week in collaboration with Autodesk and Redington will host the Autodesk Construction Technology Workshop on the 10 February, 2020, at the Rove Downtown hotel in Dubai. The conference and workshop intends to shed light on the latest radical approaches and applications of building information modelling (BIM), artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, augmented- and virtual-reality AR and VR, as well as the importance of future collaboration models. The event – which will bri...

Read More
news image

ENGINEERING TECH

C-CRETE TECHNOLOGIES ENTERS INTO A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH DOE TO CONVERT CARBON ORE TO ECO-FRIENDLY CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS

C-Crete Technologies | July 13, 2021

C-Crete Technologies has engaged in a cooperative agreement with the United States Department of Energy to develop and market a new class of carbon-based construction materials. The materials may be utilized as a cementitious replacement for portland cement, the world's most used building material, in both the precast and cast-in-place construction sectors. Like any other naturally mined ore (iron, calcium, etc.), carbon ore or coal does not produce air pollution until heated,...

Read More
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DIGITAL ENGINEERING IS NEEDED TO REACH UK ZERO-CARBON GOALS

PBC Today | November 05, 2020

It may appear the 2050 zero-carbon deadline is far off in the future. However, if we are to eliminate all carbon-based sources of energy throughout the UK, work must begin now on a whole-system approach, Bryan Palmer, senior civil engineer at Burns & McDonnell explores. Engineering will be key to success as the UK moves towards meeting its zero-carbon goals by 2050, and digital technologies will be at the core of an engineering-led approach. With the right model, we can optimise energy syste...

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