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Double success for Ramboll’s digital design team and the SiteSolve toolkit at NCE Techfest and IABSE Future of Design
Case Study: Transport For London
Written by The SiteSolve Team on 26/03/2020
“Sitesolve has been a key delivery partner supporting us on a first-of-a-kind pilot project to analyse and appraise a large volume of potential development sites in London".
The Real-Estate Density Debate: How Can Technology Help?
Written by Emily Scoones on 09/04/2020
A Density Matrix is an approach used by developers to understand the number of possible housing units per an area of land based off the site context
How is PropTech transforming careers in property?
Written by Paul Jeffries on 05/03/2020
Last week, I was privileged to be asked to appear on a panel at an event hosted by Cripps Pemberton Greenish and organised by the YEP (Young Entrepreneurs in Property) titled ‘How is PropTech transforming careers in property?
Can complex land unlock the housing crisis?
Written by Emily Scoones on 23/04/2020
According to the housing white paper published in 2017, nearly 300,000 new homes are required per year to meet the demand for housing but on average only 160,000 are being delivered....
How Digital Design can drive site viability
Written by The SiteSolve Team on 14/01/2020
The opportunities brought to the construction sector by emerging digital design technology are more than a process to improve our traditional workflow
Will SiteSolve take your job?
Written by Emily Scoones on 07/05/2020
We caught up with Finlay Grant Briggs, an architect in Ramboll Norway and early adopter of SiteSolve to get his thoughts on our generative design software and how he uses it as part of his workflow.
The Importance of Cost Data in Site Appraisal
Written by Emily Scoones on 14/05/2020
It is hugely important to have the full picture when understanding the potential of a site. Our work with Turner & Townsend, on our recent Mass Land Viability Study, showed us the impact that cost data can have and the new ways this information can be accessed through technology and collaboration.