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Nearly half of AEC sector using BIM

The Business Advantage Group's Worldwide CAD Trends 2015 Results show 49% usage, heading to ne...

NBS releases BIM toolkit

A new digital toolkit developed to support the implementation of level two BIM is going live p...

Talking about BIM

Some of those involved in the development and roll-out of BIM level two are taking part in an ...

Applying technology for a simpler life

As we come to rely on digital data to perform even the simplest of tasks, access to a multi-fu...

Win a classroom visualiser!

Take part in 'The Use of Technology in the Classroom' survey and you could win a classroom vis...

Million-pound investment makes Reading science greener

University of Reading announces £1m upgrade to science labs to cut environmental impact of its...

NBS to showcase BIM Toolkit at Ecobuild

Attendees at this year's Ecobuild will be given an early opportunity to preview and comment on...

Manufacturing boost for Nottingham

A new £5m, high-tech manufacturing centre is set to put Nottingham back on the world manufactu...

Topping out at The Diamond

The official topping out ceremony of the £81m development took place at the University of Shef...

Display blindness

An environment dominated by screens has led to display blindness, where we switch off to both ...

New research centre for Nottingham

The University of Nottingham is officially marking the opening of its Synthetic Biology Resear...

GSA rebuild architects shortlisted

Glasgow School of Art has announced names of architects'€™ practices shortlisted to lead resto...

Designing for intelligent schools

The advance of technology hasn't just changed learning, it's also affected the way architects ...

Leading school choses Bridome

Leading independent school, Reeds School, has chosen Bridome to provide a new indoor facility ...

New rugged tablet launched

The developers of a new tablet PC for use in hazardous environments have claimed that it is th...

UCA students work on studio upgrade

Students from the University for the Creative Arts have been working with Riverside Studios in...

Regent's Pop Up Pavilion planned

A new 'Pop Up Pavilion' is being planned for public use in Westminster and Camden to benefit l...

Thinking big

When a teacher chose to decorate her classroom with large-scale graphics, she had to find the ...

Facing the BIM juggernaut

A step-by-step approach to BIM adoption, by Allan Hunt BSc MRICS, a Director of AHR Building C...

Warwick celebrates with The Pool

Warwick Arts Centre celebrates its 40th anniversary with a free interactive light sculpture, T...

Students take lead on design project

Architecture students from the University for the Creative Arts Canterbury have taken over a r...

Eco haven for Sheffield

The University of Sheffield's plan to create a public nature garden at an overgrown site could...

Student accommodation: a seismic shift

The market for student accommodation has headed in a whole new direction says architect James ...

Trends hit the floor from Huddersfield

Surface Design students from the University of Huddersfield were front and centre at the inter...

Poets' Corner in Huddersfield

Poet Lemn Sissay MBE's work, 'Let there be peace', has been engraved on the University's Creat...

Model behaviour

How can the education sector get the most out of building information modelling, asks Ian Sutt...

Counting the Cost

Exactal UK & Europe Director Simon Lovegrove explains the importance of BIM-compatible estimat...

Grand opening for York chemistry build

The University of York has opened its new teaching labs and research facility as part of a £29...

'Rubbish' house built in Brighton

Britain’s housing industry could learn from University of Brighton research and use recycled...

CIBSE seeks BIM streamlining

Construction industry feedback sought on Building Information Modelling (BIM) Product Data Tem...

Bath Spa's Forest of Imagination

The Forest of Imagination successfully transformed part of Bath Spa University's Sion Hill cam...

Unite and Philips light up student digs

Unite Students has partnered with Philips to install energy efficient LED lighting throughout ...

Competition win for new Vietnam campus

UK landscape architecture firm Grant Associates has won a competition to design a new Vietname...

Cambridge’s new Engineering Centre

The Dyson Engineering Design Centre at Cambridge Uni’s Department of Engineering is funded b...

Students served at new Birmingham hub

The University of Birmingham is launching a new cutting-edge student hub via remodelling its A...

RIBA Comps: best practice announced

RIBA to promote new best practice standard for architecture competitions: clients to get more ...

Call for RIBA education nominations

RIBA seeks nominations for the Annie Spink Award, presented in recognition of outstanding cont...

Turley delivers De Montfort masterplan

Planning consultancy Turley has secured planning approval for a refreshed campus masterplan fo...

Space exploration

Creating stimulating learning environments has never been more important and can help solve be...

Grand designer

Building 4 Education asks interiors specialist Steve Dickson about current trends and developm...