10 more projects launched by Building 4.0 CRC
Ten more projects have been launched at Building 4.0 CRC, with close to 30 projects now active.
From automated tracking of construction materials, to demystifying volumetric construction, computational design and optimisation tools, and prefab housing solutions for bushfire & disaster relief, the CRC team is working hard to deliver a better building industry for the future.
Every project aligns with the CRC’s mission, to carry out research and development activities that lead to tangible benefits for the building industry and the broader community.
“We aim to lead industry change by leveraging the latest technologies, new thinking, and expert collaboration between our best-in-class partner organisations,” said Ms Megan King, Building 4.0 CRC’s Projects Officer.
Explore our new projects below, or view all active Building 4.0 CRC projects here.
New Projects (Click on the project title for more information)
Acoustic flanking performance of mid‐rise Light Gauge Steel (LGS) structures – Phase 1 Scoping Study
Automated tracking of construction materials for improved supply chain logistics and provenance – Phase 1 Scoping Study
Componentised Internal Wall Systems for Multi-residential Applications
Critical Path IMPACT through Productisation
Demystifying Volumetric Construction: A Study of the Bathroom Pod
Generative design and BIM-based Design Automation methods for Steel Framed Buildings – Phase 1 Scoping Study
Hybrid Timber‐Steel Structural Systems for Mid to High Rise Buildings – Phase 1 Scoping Study
Prefab Housing Solutions for Bushfire & Disaster Relief
Systems and methods for robustness of mid-rise light gauge steel (LGS) buildings – Phase 1 Scoping Study
Workflow Automation Tools for Home Designs Phase 1 Scoping Study