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a man working on digital tablet, with Hologram futuristic modern buildings. City sunrise background

Better Than Any Free Measurement App for Builders and Contractors

Our workplace is changing. It is increasingly taking place in the digital world. Starting with the increased usage of solitary single-feature apps (f.e. any Measurement App) to digital all-round-platforms, such as PlanRadar. Often leading to… read more

People Late Night Shopping at Large Shopping Center
People Late Night Shopping at Large Shopping Center

The bright future of retail has already arrived

Shopping is one of our favourite pastimes. Adored by some as a great way to fill the hours of the day; hated by others for the queues, agony of choice and general inconvenience; it is… read more

Southeast Asia Map with Country and Capital Location
Southeast Asia Map with Country and Capital Location

Real Estate Market- Southeast Asia

When thinking of Southeast Asia regarding real estate, most non-residents might envision adventures of trying out a nomadic lifestyle. It’s cheap, it’s warm, it’s easy to get to. It seems like a lot of fun.… read more

Hübsche junge Frau mit Bauhelm und Tablet
Hübsche junge Frau mit Bauhelm und Tablet

Digital construction log saves time and money

The construction diary provides information about all important events during the construction of a building. Thus, it plays a significant role in the evidence of delivered or missing services in the course of construction projects.… read more

People on a platform of Moorgate station of London Underground, trains delayed. London Underground is the oldest underground railway in the world.
People on a platform of Moorgate station of London Underground, trains delayed. London Underground is the oldest underground railway in the world.

HS2 – is it the backbone of Britain’s transportation future or the backfire of misguided decisions?

HS2 is a £56bln railway, considered the biggest infrastructure project in Europe, scheduled to openly function in two phases between 2026 and 2033. The first phase from London to Birmingham to begin functioning in 2026… read more

two people choosing a property from laptop
two people choosing a property from laptop

Residential assets investment in UK – The role of property management software in reviving the stagnant water

We are living in the golden age of residential property management business in the UK. The number of households privately rented has increased by 63% from 2.8 million in 2007 to 4.5 million in 2017.… read more

Senior architect using smart phone.
Senior architect using smart phone.

How generation 50+ benefits from the digitization of the construction industry

It is no secret that, due to demographic change, there is an acute shortage of skilled workers. The construction industry is becoming increasingly affected – everything from delayed projects to the non-acceptance of orders is… read more

United Kingdom leaving the European Union represented in puzzle pieces.
United Kingdom leaving the European Union represented in puzzle pieces.

An abstract overview of Brexit’s effect on the UK construction future

A worrisome state is currently taking place among the professionals working and involved in the construction industry in the UK. Since the historic Brexit referendum in 2016, a certain level of uncertainty has surrounded business… read more

Air conditioner units (HVAC) on a roof of industrial building with blue sky and clouds in the background.
Air conditioner units (HVAC) on a roof of industrial building with blue sky and clouds in the background.

How to design high performance HVAC system for a sustainable environment?

HVAC (Heating, ventilating and air conditioning) systems had recorded the highest energy consumer in the UK, reaching almost 50% of the total energy consumption of the country. Consequently, significant savings in money and energy can… read more

A flooded neighbourhood in Austin, Texas
A flooded neighbourhood in Austin, Texas

Flooding – does it really have to be such a big problem?

Throughout history villages, towns, military encampments (and the cities and metropolises of today they have turned into) were – without fail – built near, around, on or technically under (igloo anyone?) water. This is not… read more

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