Towards More Sustainability - Environmental Impact of Building Materials
The construction industry still accounts for around 37% of CO2 emissions. The choice of materials is a powerful lever for more sustainability and a lower carbon footprint of buildings. These.
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Wood in all its facets – How urban timber construction can change the image of cities
Wood as a building material has been experiencing a global boost, and not just since the sustainability debate. Find out here why wood is the future!
Building a Lifecycle Intelligence with a Data-Driven Approach
Especially for large and complex projects a model-driven Building Information Modeling approach is far from being efficient. What if we instead focus on the data itself and organize this data at a central point for all stakeholders to access,...
Global supply chains – local challenges
Approaches to solving the shortage of materials in the construction industry
A circular economy for a better future – The Cradle to Cradle® concept
Sustainability shapes our lives in many ways and is increasingly becoming a central economic factor. As a result of the digital transformation, the idea of sustainability is establishing itself in more and more industries. We are now already talking...
Ensuring sustainability across the building lifecycle
The construction industry is one of the most resource-intensive sectors. Buildings and structures account for 36% of global energy consumption and nearly 40% of energy-related CO2 emissions. In addition, the construction industry is not as...
Major Paradigm Shift for Building Industry
Integrated Design presents a paradigm shift for the building industry, enabling architects, structural engineers, and MEP engineers to increase collaboration by working as agile teams.