Visual scripting tools empower engineers by leveraging the power of coding and computational design to automate tasks and optimize data
As people return to the office, there are basic measures to promote health and wellness in the office using heating and air conditioning systems, which can have a significant impact.
When people return to the office after the COVID-19 pandemic has subsided enough, it is important to have a concrete plan in place during those early days to enhance safety and worker confidence.
From smart buildings to test-and-balance to health care facilities, Paul R. Kondrat from CannonDesign provides feedback on the many ways the coronavirus has changed engineering firms
Financial implications, professional updates and other topics are discussed by Paul R. Kondrat from CannonDesign
COVID-19 is forcing engineers to think differently about a building’s engineered systems
Glumac's Shanghai employees are returning to the office, but there are many adjustments they have to make getting to the office and while they are working due to COVID-19.
The tools are and measure to create a sustainable future are there, but the onus remains on the A/E/C community to advance these measures as a matter of standard practice. See six future trends to make a low-carbon future possible.
A zero net energy (ZNE) building is typically highly energy efficient and produces as much renewable energy as it consumes on an annualized basis and is a powerful framework for new and existing buildings.
The AEC industry has continued to upgrade, automate, and secure their systems and the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart devices are at the forefront.