Construction Global’s July 2018 magazine is now live!

By Tom Wadlow
The latest edition of Construction Global magazine is now live, featuring several exclusive interviews and insights from industry players. This month...

The latest edition of Construction Global magazine is now live, featuring several exclusive interviews and insights from industry players.

This month’s cover story features an exclusive interview with T5 Construction Services, discussing the ins and outs of data centre building.

We also talk to Sydney Motorway Corporation’s CIO Shaune Rosser, who explains how a sound technological foundation is helping the company to deliver vital infrastructure across the region.

If we want to implement new capabilities we are quickly able to deploy them. And we can be strategically focused rather than operationally. That is where we start talking about AI and machine learning and predictive analytics and building a digital engineering capability,” he tells us.

Another exclusive interview features nuclear engineering expert Assystem. Christian Jeanneau, SVP of Nuclear, talks about the challenges and opportunities facing an industry subject to mass consumer and political discussion.

Elsewhere, this issue’s top 10 looks at the some of the best examples of green buildings according to architect and civil engineering firm Woods Hardwick.

Finally, be sure to read our other exclusive insights from the likes of LYT Architecture, EvoBits and New Horizon Academy.

Read the July 2018 edition of Construction Global here.

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