Posts Tagged ‘Construcción’

By JASON DOUGHERTY Disputes and construction projects have a mutual attraction – and it would be naive to think BIM can totally reverse a 4,000-year tradition. So Jason Dougherty, author of Claims, Disputes, and Litigation Involving BIM, says both lawyers and BIM professionals need to be alert. The AEC (architecture, engineering and construction) industry is incredibly […]

BY BIM+ STAFF Software that uses artificial intelligence to help spot health and safety breaches on site is being trialled by a number of contractors including Skanska, delegates at the Autodesk University conference in London heard last week. Josh Kanner, founder of US-based, said that by analysing pictures and video from projects companies could […]

by Farhad Eizakshiri, Paul W. Chan, Margaret Emsley  Delays in construction have always been a topic of concern for construction management researchers. Ahmed et al. (2003) identify delay as the most common, complex and universal phenomenon in construction which is typified by cost and time overruns (see also Abdul-Rahman et al., 2006; Arditi et al., 1985; […]