Posts From Mike Landers

A UK Engineering Firm Redefines Project Efficiency and Communication with Digital Workflows “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” simply doesn’t apply to engineers. As a rule, they always look for better ways to get the job done. Case in

Understanding BIM can be quite the daunting task, and applying it on an actual jobsite can be even tougher. Thanks to this free webinar, presented by BIM+, Construction Manager and Bluebeam, some of this complex information is explained in great detail.

Nic Goldsmith, FAIA, LEED AP and Senior Principal at FTL Design Engineering Studio in New York City, is a pioneer in bringing tensile structure design to the United States. These structures utilize exotic materials like Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), also commonly known by the brand name Teflon, and Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE), often seen on professional sports stadium dome roofs.

While Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) professionals are rarely given proper credit for being innovative, the tech sector of the industry has grown so exponentially over the past decade that many new digital possibilities have emerged, leaving the options for

The adoption of BIM within construction projects remains a hot topic worldwide. The process has been inconsistent to say the least, leaving some companies wondering how to become compliant, if they should be compliant, and how to effectively incorporate BIM

Meet the Microsoft Surface Studio and the Surface Dial—the latest tools providing enhanced workflow support for the AEC industry.

Full service mechanical design-build contractor PSF Mechanical reaps the rewards of overhauling preconstruction philosophies and approach. “What you’re doing, you can do better,” explains Martin Marty, Application Support Specialist/ Network Administrator for Seattle-based PSF Mechanical. It sounds so simple, yet

We introduced technology and thought it would solve all of our problems,” says Barton Malow VDC Systems Director Lindsey Rem. Her declaration reflects the hopes of many companies within the rapidly growing construction industry. However, general contractors are coming to

What do a camera, two apps, a piece of hardware, and one piece of software have in common? Combined, they are all part of a new world of jobsite VR, unlocking exciting potential in field progress reports, safety, training, standardization

How Did a Drywall Subcontractor Achieve One of the Most Exciting Breakthroughs In Augmented Reality? A better question might even be, “Why did a dry wall subcontractor achieve one of the most exciting breakthroughs in augmented reality?” The fact is,