Claude Rolland, Manager of Bouygues Construction Health Department, describes the care pathway of tomorrow and presents Bouygues Construction’s vision for health facilities of the future.
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Wednesday September 16th, 2020
Air quality: housing’s new priority
We are what we eat, but we are also what we breath: more than 15 kg of air every day! And most of that air quality comes from confined spaces. We spend more than 80% of our time inside with many pollutants. New constructions could well bring a breath of fresh air…
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Alan Mossman is Managing Director of The Change Business Ltd, a lean design and construction consultancy. He is an occasional author and professor of lean construction at universities such as Loughborough and Nottingham Trent. If BIM is about technology, then lean is about the people who use that technology! Alan Mossman tells us about it today, through his favourite field, lean construction.
While there's no longer any question that robots are an asset for construction sites, increasing their uses involves overcoming a number of hurdles: access to the machines by workers (journeymen), improvement of human / machine interaction, autonomy of robots, financial viability, and so on. There is a complex web of challenges that the construction sector has yet to solve before robotics can become a true ally for construction sites and journeymen. Explanations.
Thiebault Clément, Research and Development Manager at Bouygues Construction shares his vision.
BIM World is back on 28-29 March! And Bouygues Construction will be represented at this umbrella event for the digital transformation in construction, real estate, and urban planning; with the goal of leading way in the digital transformation of our industry.
Cast in situ, precast twin walls, precast slabs, modular construction, 3D printing... how do you choose? This, in essence, is the research project being carried out by Emna Attouri, a PhD student participating in the Chaire Construction 4.0 research