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Are You Ready for the Tsunami of Activity?

Posted 19 months ago

As a forward thinking SME that is totally committed to growth whilst supporting our customers we are always looking to improve our skill base and knowledge.

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Upskilling for the Future of Construction

Posted 20 months ago

There is a huge skills shortage within the construction industry. We read it every day in the papers and magazines, we watch it on the news and, more importantly, we all see it every day in our working lives. But it's time to look at what, or critically who, is creating that problem. Because it's you! In fact it's us!

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Every Cloud: The Silver Lining of 3D Software Sharing

Posted 20 months ago

The big BIM move is becoming ever more prominent as Cloud sharing platforms continue to take off. Towards the end of last year the spotlight was thrown onto Tekla Model Sharing as an efficient collaboration method which allows a number of people to work on one Tekla project model at the same time. This software advancement allows information to be available, up to date and consistent across time zones and geographies.

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Cutting through all the BIM white noise

Posted 20 months ago

Having been actively doing practical work in the BIM arena since 2011 TDS Midlands feels well equipped to advise customers on what works best for them. So much white noise has been created about BIM. Whether that is consultants over egging how much their services are needed or software companies extolling their virtues over their rivals the market has been confused about what to do and how to do it.

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TDS Appointed on Royal Wharf London

Posted 20 months ago

Located in the Royal Docks in East London, Royal Wharf is a flagship regeneration project developing a 38-acre site on the banks of the River Thames. The scheme will provide over 3000 homes, with infrastructure, commercial and amenity facilities.

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Guy's and St. Thomas Cancer Centre, London

Posted 20 months ago

In 2004, the Cancer Programme was launched at Guy’s and St. Thomas Hospital Trust in collaboration with King’s College London. In 2010 a brand new Cancer Treatment Centre was commissioned. The Cancer Centre at Guy’s will bring together all oncology services from across Guy’s and St Thomas hospital, integrating research and treatment services within the same building.

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National Apprenticeship Week Take the Stage: Spotlight on CADCOE

Posted 20 months ago

With the National Apprenticeship Week taking place last week, it is worth taking the time to look at the positive impact apprentices can have on the workforce. TDS Midlands and CADCOE are working to ensure that the CAD Steelwork and Reinforced Concrete industries are kept saturated with new talent, but how can this talent help your business?

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Construction Industry Forecasts for 2015

Posted 3 years ago

House builders were first to lead the way with the construction boom with the resurrection of the industry following the recession. However, this in itself has had an impact on the wider economy as a whole, particularly on interest rates.

 

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TDS Midlands: Round Up of 2014

Posted 3 years ago

2015 is looking exciting for the construction industry. Growth continues at an impressive rate and everywhere you look there are new developments (largely housing) leading the way. BIM adoption is on the up and has risen from 13% adoption in 2013 to 54% adoption in 2014.

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Construction developments to reduce carbon footprints

Posted 3 years ago

One of the biggest products used in construction is steel. Although it is an essential product, it is also cited as one that is ‘critical’ in the move towards a sustainable future. The World Steel Association has published a report documenting how steel cannot be recycled by taking items that are the end of their life cycle to make new products; simply because the demand for steel around the world is too high.

 

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