Reskilling the Federal Workforce for Today’s Advanced AEC Technologies

In our last article on the GovDesignHub, we sat down with Michael Echave, the Structural Services Manager at ATG, to discuss the massive changes and digital transformation that has swept across the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry. Ultimately, the…

The Workflow and Efficiency Benefits BIM Brings to the Government

The Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry has witnessed significant digital transformation over the past two decades – much of which has been driven by the evolution of new digital design solutions. Advancements in digital design—including the evolution and movement…

How Generative Design is Revolutionizing Component Fabrication at NASA

The GovDesignHub recently had the opportunity to attend some of the sessions and panel discussions from last year’s Autodesk University (AU). This annual conference, held in mid-November in Las Vegas, Nevada, brings together innovators in architecture, engineering, construction, product design,…

3 ways data and AI technology will shape the future of architecture

This article originally appeared on Autodesk News. To read the original article in its entirety, click HERE. Recently, I had the pleasure of introducing a panel discussion on how data and AI will shape the architecture practice of the future…

How infrastructure management software streamlines large projects

In a previous article on GovDesignHub, we sat down with Balaji Sreenivasan, the founder, and CEO of Aurigo, to discuss why large infrastructure projects often run inefficiently and the challenges that government organizations face in getting them over the finish…

Over budget and past due – The problem plaguing large infrastructure projects

Government infrastructure projects are notorious for exceeding budgets and taking more time to complete than originally projected. In fact, according to the Associated General Contractors of America, 72 percent of contractor firms said their projects took longer than scheduled. Moreover,…

Three Trends Shrinking the Manufacturing Workforce

This article originally appeared on the KETIV Blog. To read the original article in its entirety, click HERE. Recruitment and retention of talent have been a struggle across industries since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to data from…

How Auburn University’s NCAME is helping the FAA and Army solve additive manufacturing material variation challenges

Within the federal government and military supply chains, there has been a recent increase in the utilization and deployment of additive manufacturing (AM) techniques for critical systems, including material variation. This rise in federal AM adoption comes as no surprise,…

Four Benefits of Machine Learning for Construction Projects

Despite it being part of the field of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning in construction is not as futuristic as some people may think. And while there are those in the construction industry who are hesitant to embrace machine learning, it has…

Boeing Defense on the role advanced manufacturing is playing in the production of its WGS-11+ satellite

One of the most critical resources that almost every modern, warfighting capability relies on is connectivity. In austere terrains or off-grid environments where traditional, terrestrial networks do not exist, satellite connectivity has emerged as the primary solution that the U.S.…