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Using Manufacturing techniques to improve Construction efficiency

by Christine Easterfield
@Cambashi_Chris
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For a long time Construction has been slower to improve efficiency, by adopting mechanisation and IT tools, than its Architectural and Engineering companions in the AEC world – but that is changing. 524 more words

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Just Released: Walking and Working Surfaces

RedVector is happy to announce this .5-hour mobile-ready webcast course. This course reviews the OSHA regulation change for walking and working surfaces. Understanding these changes is essential in creating and maintaining a safe working environment. 110 more words

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Where Serious Skills Gaps Are Hitting Hardest

Businesses in a variety of sectors continue to deal with skills gaps. The Association for Talent Development surveyed more than 700 training and recruitment professionals across the U.S. 528 more words

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A few words about Dynamo and Visual Programming

What is Visual Programming , and why does it generate a lot of hype among AEC professionals? In simple words, Visual Programming lets you build your program by manipulating with graphical elements rather than by specifying them textually. 300 more words

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NEW COURSE APPROVALS: Florida Electrical Contractors

RedVector is happy to announce that the following 3 courses have been approved for Florida Electrical Contractors.

  • 2017 NEC Changes: Special Equipment
  • 2017 NEC Changes: A New Process and Five New Articles…
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Defining WELL Building Standards and Certification

Founded in 2013, the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) promotes healthy, sustainable structures via the WELL Building Standard. The standard includes guidelines and construction resources for architects and builders who wish to erect fixtures that not only meld with the natural world but also enhance the lives of the people who live within their walls. 354 more words

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Will ASEAN Overtake the West? In Conversation with Manoj Menon, Snr Partner, Frost & Sullivan

A celebrated expert on future trends, Manoj believes that ASEAN is on its way to overtake North Asia (Japan, S Korea) and the West in future. 517 more words