3D Printing in Architecture and the Future of Construction Printing

Much like the mainstream introduction of Building Information Model (BIM), 3D printing in architecture is very much in an infancy stage. Architects, designers, and engineers around the world are collectively seeing the potential for 3D printing in construction. With 3D prototypes, case studies, and scaled models growing in value, the

Urbanization and the Increased Demand for Downtown Construction

The term urbanization refers to the growing number of people living and moving to urban areas. This is part of a historical change in society as populations have shifted from rural to urban living over the past several years. A report from stated large pools of young college-educated workforces

Virtual Reality (VR) is Revolutionizing Design-Build

A concept we’ve only witnessed in science fiction films and space-age movies is finally working its way into mainstream markets. According to Statista and Touchstone Research, the revenue for virtual reality products is projected to reach $4.6 billion dollars by next year, reaching 171 million users by 2018. Virtual reality

Benefits of Pre-engineered Buildings (PEBs)

Pre-engineered buildings, or PEBs, are a popular method of construction not only in the United States but across the globe. Market analysts predict the PEB market to grow at a CAGR of 12% through 2020. The key drivers of growth in PEBs over the past decade lie somewhat in e-commerce

The History of Integrated Design-Build

Architektón is the Greek word for Master Builder. Structures like the Theatre of Dionysus, the Parthenon, the cathedrals of Europe, the London Bridge, and the White House were all testaments to the Master Builder concept. In fact, Master Builders date as far back as 1800 BC in Mesopotamia. The Master