It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.

C. Darwin​


Innovation in the built environment requires a top-notch approach, an approach that can transform business models and bring about tremendous change that cut across all disciplines. This type of Innovation comes from developing a collective sense of purpose and is engineered towards supporting population increase, economic growth as well as challenges associated with climate.


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Porta Susa - Turin - Italy

Integration of photovoltaic panels in-between the arc structure glass panels
Photovoltaic panels in the arc glass structure. Photo by C. Savian



New Technologies are vital to the success of
innovation in the construction industry. The adoption of augmented reality, virtual reality, machine learning and other tools can speed up processes and reduce project time and cost. The embracement of Technology is an opportunity to accelerate economic growth and overcome the industry low-profit margins.

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Digital Transformation and big data shape our world. What is the city of the future? How will you be moving around? Data is the magic tool that holds the key answer to many of our current and future challenges.

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At BE-WISE we believe innovation, technology and digital transformation can improve people’s life and the world we live in.  For this reason, we dedicate up to 10% of our time to help not-for-profits and social ventures with a substantial social impact.

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RSS Construction News

  • Contractor fined after 12-year-old sustains life-changing injuries April 18, 2019
    A 12-year-old boy suffered life-changing injuries after falling 10 m from a scaffold ladder in Cwmbran, Wales. Due to his injuries, the boy now has no bladder or bowel control and is only able to walk short distances. He and another boy gained access to the scaffolding after climbing a ladder by placing their feet […]
    Caroline Wadham