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IFridays

Innovation at the service of healthcare

After months of forced suspension due to the healthcare emergency, iFridays are back. We’ve had to reinvent ourselves, adapt to current guidelines, and find new formulas in order to continue bringing you the latest trends in innovation from around the world. And we’ve succeeded. It’s a different event, with a new format, in a digital setting, but with the same energy and passion as always.

20/11/2020

Infrastructures

The tallest buildings in history from the Lighthouse of Alexandria to the Burj Khalifa

For a decade, the Burj Khalifa (Dubai) has stood on top of the tallest buildings in the world. Now its throne is back at stake. But this race to the sky began in Africa before the 20th century led the skyscrapers of the United States to change the skyline of cities.

18/11/2020

Tecnología

Tunnel construction welcomes digitalization

We recently reached a milestone at one of our landmark projects in Colombia, the Autopista al Mar 1.

16/01/2021

Smart City

Digital twins to design the city of the future

Virtual copies are already being used in construction projects to prevent design errors, to simulate the operation of buildings and to achieve energy savings of up to 40%. This technology is now being brought into urban planning. Cities such as Singapore have already implemented projects that allow for experimentation on these virtual duplicates in pursuit of more holistic urban developments.

11/11/2020

The success of his method of making steel made Bessemer a prolific businessman, reaching an 80% share of the railway steel market in the late 19th century. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

Tungsteno

Henry Bessemer, the wizard of steel who transformed cities

The engineer and inventor Henry Bessemer revolutionised steel production thanks to an air-based iron decarbonization system. He was able to cut costs and manufacture a stronger and lighter steel on a large scale. A breakthrough that fueled the expansion of the railroad and marked the birth of modern cities.

04/11/2020

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