The February issue of Construction Global is live!

By Daniel Brightmore
The February issue of Construction Global is here! Aligned grace the cover of this month’s issue. Global Head of Design & Delivery Mike Coleman r...

The February issue of Construction Global is here!

Aligned grace the cover of this month’s issue. Global Head of Design & Delivery Mike Coleman reveals how Aligned“design a physical, electrical, and mechanical infrastructure that is very quickly deployable, but also deployable in the right-sized increments to meet customers’ unique capacity needs and requirements - now and in the future”.

Oracle: Construction & Engineering’s Executive Director of Innovation Burcin Kaplanoglu gives us the lowdown on its Innovation Lab. The simulated worksite provides hands-on experience of the transformative power of the internet of things (IoT), drones, autonomous equipment, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, machine learning and other developing technologies.

Throwing the spotlight on Canada, we discover how construction leader Pomerleau is disrupting the industry with the ability to self-perform and build better; a ‘one stop shop’ for all its clients’ needs from development to design and build.

Elsewhere, we learn how Balfour Beatty is delivering the UK’s M4 Smart Motorway Program, aided by BIM-fuelled design from Autodesk; and examine how the City of Los Angeles is harnessing community engagement to build a sustainable future.

Also in this issue, we profile Savills Critical Facilities Services who advise on all aspects of data centre services from infrastructure to IT; and hear from the temporary power and temperature solutions experts Aggreko on best practice for cooling systems in mission critical structures. 

Read the February issue of Construction Global here

 

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