Norconsult Helps Resolve Norway Water Supply Issue Through Advanced Digital Design Solutions

Norway has long made it a priority to deliver high-quality drinking water to its citizens. In fact, almost 100 percent of the Norwegian population has access to treated drinking water from waterworks that meet high-quality standards of the EU Water…

BIM Helps Bring the State Fair Transit Center to Life for the Citizens of Detroit

Both sustainability and historic preservation are big topics in the world of construction. Detroit’s new up-and-coming State Fair Transit Center covers both of these topics while also truly taking into account the needs of the citizens of Detroit. And digital…

Windover Construction Blurs the Line Between Manufacturing and Construction in Award-Winning Project

In a previous article on the GovDesignHub, we sat down with Amr Raafat, Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at Windover Construction, to discuss the company’s award-winning renovation of the Cabot Street YMCA, located in Beverly, Massachusetts. This project involved vertically expanding…

Four Architecture Industry Predictions for 2023

This article originally appeared on Autodesk News. To read the original article in its entirety, click HERE. From digital and business transformation to climate resilience and collective intelligence: what are some of the key challenges and opportunities for the architecture…

How BIM and Revit Helps Sea Ports Make Crucial Updates

Ocean shipping is the foundation of global trade and commerce and has been for thousands of years. According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, 90 percent of traded goods are carried over the seas. With today’s cargo ships…

How Digital Design can Facilitate the Movement to More Sustainable Transportation

Sustainable transportation is a huge topic in today’s world, and for good reasons. According to the International Institute of Sustainable Development, transportation accounts for about 64 percent of global oil consumption, 27 percent of all energy use, and 23 percent…

NSF-Backed HAMMER Center to Prepare Next Generation Manufacturing Technologies and Workforce

The U.S. is historically known for making grand things. This country built the Hoover Dam, constructed the Golden Gate Bridge, and even invented the mass-manufactured automobile. Our nation’s ability to manufacture quality products at incredible rates even helped turn the…

New US Center to Drive Adoption of Advanced Manufacturing

In June of this year, the Automation Alley, in collaboration with World Economic Forum (the Forum) launched the first thematic Center on Advanced Manufacturing in the United States to join the World Economic Forum’s Network of Centres for the 4th…

Three key roles digitization will play in rebuilding America’s infrastructure

After months of negotiations, compromises, and concessions between the U.S. House of Representatives, Senate, and the White House, last November President Biden finally signed his landmark Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act into law. The passed infrastructure bill arrives as refreshing…

Digital Twins — protecting city infrastructures from climate change

American city architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) projects have always been notorious for their sluggish lifecycles. When architects, engineers, and contractors are all utilizing different software and technologies, integrating and streamlining digital AEC data between project stakeholders can be a…