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Engineers Week, an annual campaign to present the possibilities a career in engineering can offer and highlight the vital role played by engineers in sustaining the community, is taking place in Galway from February 9 to 15.
Long-established Galway-based computer-aided design software and training provider Amicus Technology is at the forefront of a revolution in the construction sector – building information modelling (BIM). By integrating all stakeholders in the project throughout its lifecycle, from concept to building maintenance, BIM radically changes the traditional building process. For example all Government contracts in the UK must use BIM from 2016 and it is already in place in USA, Australia, Denmark, and other countries.
IT Sligo has become the first third level institution in Ireland and the UK to sign a licence agreement with computer software giant Adobe – which gives institute students 24/7 access to some of the world’s leading design software from any computer, anywhere with internet access.
Autodesk’s Authorised Reseller Amicus Technology are promoting Autodesk’s new software generation at an event in Galway, titled Stay Ahead for the building design, Construction and Infrastructure industries.
Four transition year students from St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, are trying to race to the top in Ireland in the F1 Schools competition. The team of Keith Derrig, Darren Brogen, Micheál Healy, and Niall McCormick are hoping to better the performance of last year’s team from the school who got to the national finals and hopefully take a prize this time around. Under the watchful eye of their teacher John Bones the four students have been hard at work on their project since October.
During the boom years of the Celtic Tiger, architects, engineers, and anyone involved in design and construction were so busy that there wasn’t time to think. Although that frenetic activity has stopped, it is not all doom and gloom, as one benefit is that there is now time to look at the efficiency of the process and in particular, the role of design software.