Greg Corke

Greg Corke

After studying civil engineering and architecture at the University of Leeds Greg Corke turned his back on 'real' engineering and has been writing about technology for architects, engineers and designers ever since. He is AEC Magazine's co-founder, managing editor and resident workstation specialist and is also a bit obsessed with travel, BBQ, cooking, beer and the (often painful) pastime of supporting Arsenal.

Be Inspired event report 2011

Posted by - December 8, 2011
Once a year Bentley Systems holds a conference in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where it discusses new technologies with key customers, press and analysts and hosts an awards ceremony for its…
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Sharing BIM knowledge

Posted by - December 8, 2011
Back from season of Building Information Modelling (BIM) conferences, Greg Corke highlights two practices, Space Group and Zaha Hadid Architects, which shared their BIM expertise from very different perspectives.
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BIM quality control at Multiconsult

Posted by - July 25, 2011
To help coordinate multiple design disciplines and maintain quality of BIM models, Norwegian engineering firm, Multiconsult analyses IFC models inside a dedicated building information model checking tool from Solibri.
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Remodelling an Icon

Posted by - February 8, 2008
The architects and engineers responsible for preserving the icon that is the Sydney Opera House are relying on BIM to guide renovations and manage facilities
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A new era in model making?

Posted by - April 21, 2006
The idea of creating scale models out of materials cured by lasers used to be the stuff of science fiction. But one company is already pushing the boundaries of architectural…
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CAD on 64-bit Windows

Posted by - April 6, 2005
One of the primary benefits of 64-bit Windows XP is that it will be able to address more than 2Gb of memory per application. AEC Magazine put this to the…
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