Posted on in GeneralSince its introduction in 2021 the MasterSeries Cloud Licensing has revolutionised how MasterSeries can be used in different situations and scenarios . This blog post summaries the different MasterSeries licensing options available for your business, giving pros and cons for each, plus recommendations for your business.
Posted on in ConnectionsThe latest version of MasterSeries (2023) now includes some much-requested additions to our Simple and Moment Connections Design Module.
Posted on in MasterFrameAfter a busy year at MasterSeries since the release of MasterSeries 2022, we are proud to announce the Full Version release of MasterSeries 2023 is here!
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Introducing MasterSeries 2023: Cutting-Edge Design Capabilities and Enhanced Efficiency [WEBINAR RECORDING]
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What financial incentives does being able to produce a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) with MasterSeriesLCA provide?
Posted on in MasterFrameBeing able to produce LCAs with your building designs, gives you the opportunity to contribute to various Green Certification Schemes. With this advantage, not only would you be doing you part in the Climate Emergency, but you would also getting the opportunity to contribute to the design of Green Certified Buildings, which often be seen as very attractive investment for various reasons that we will outline within this blog post.
Introduction: What should UK Structural Engineers know in relation to LCA Carbon Assessments of Buildings?
Posted on in LCAWithin the upcoming blog posts, we will explore the growing demand within the UK market specifically for LCAs, where that demand if coming from, and what opportunities it may present for your business to contribute to helping mitigate the Climate Emergency. We will touch on - A brief Intro on LCAs for Structural Engineers - The financial incentives of being able to provide LCAs with your designs - UK based Certifications that make LCA's mandatory as part of their assessments - UK Government Regulations and policies surrounding LCAs (and the reduction of embodied carbon in construction) - Local authorities' planning policies and their requirements for different developments