Get ready for the future of design and construction

Architects, engineers, and construction professionals have a unique opportunity to build better spaces for us to live, work, and play. To help them deliver a sustainable future, organisations need to enable innovation and support the specialists with hybrid workplaces.

Big change with small things

To improve the spaces around us, we first need to re-think the objects we use every day. Register for our webinar with BIG GAME Design and see how small changes can make a big impact.

The new post-COVID-19 living standards

Residential space is constantly evolving. Acclaimed interior design specialist Roberto Palomba explores how smart working is taking over and how our homes are set to adapt.

Discover Insights from the specialists

See how industry leaders are taking on the biggest challenges in architecture, engineering, and construction. Our webinars delve into the latest trends so you can see how our world is set to transform.

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Embracing digitization can unlock $265bn in new opportunities.

The business case is clear. Now is the time to enhance your digital systems to support better ways of working: both with your team and the value chain.

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Construction professionals need to break down silos with flexible, highly connected workplaces. Digitization supports teams to overcome challenges they face on-site.

Equip your teams with digital tools for the new challenges we are facing.

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The chance to shape the buildings of tomorrow is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. To be ready for this challenge, your working practices must evolve.

Can digitization help architects lay the foundations for better projects?

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Digital tools can help your teams prepare for the challenges ahead. IT leaders need to reduce fragmentation and put the right foundations in place today to make digitization a success.

Discover how to connect your operations and boost productivity

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Putting quality at the heart of innovation

You need to deliver buildings that meet new expectations: fewer snags, improved reliability, and a focus on health and wellbeing.

Here’s how a more reliable workflow results in better quality outcomes.

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Our infographic shows five ways industry leaders can successfully adapt to new ways of working and how improved digital tools can help.

Build a better, more interconnected culture from the ground up.

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Leaders need to build agile workplaces that not only get more for their budget, but are responsive to client needs.

Improve flexibility and cut costs with HP DesignJet plotters portfolio.

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38% of global emissions are produced by construction and engineering

Sustainable practices are no longer an aspiration. Your clients are demanding you do better.

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Why your business needs sustainable solutions

Sustainability isn’t just a challenge: it’s an opportunity to innovate. It’s time to adapt the way you work and deliver more eco-conscious projects for your clients.

Discover how your workflow can become more sustainable.

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Stay ahead in a more eco-conscious world

Clients and investors are demanding sustainable change. Developers are relying on design and construction leaders to deliver on their roadmaps and commitments.

How can the sector meet expectations and build a better world?

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Engineering more sustainable print

Since our inception, HP has been at the forefront of eco-conscious solutions. We help our professionals work towards a more sustainable future.

Support your vision with more sustainable print.

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56% of architects find it harder to collaborate from home

How can the architecture, engineering, and construction sectors go beyond business continuity and adapt to long-term, hybrid working?

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COVID-19 forced IT leaders to accelerate digital change and prepare for new hybrid working environments. Moving forward, new technology needs to go beyond business continuity.

How can you build on this momentum and deliver a futureproof, connected workplace?

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60% of architects, engineers and construction professionals are yet to start their digital transformation. The sector risks getting left behind in a digital world.

How can IT leaders create flexible offices to support design and construction professionals?

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Two thirds of construction firms have already adopted a hybrid working approach. Now is the time to build on this change and deliver more.

Discover the benefits of a flexible, digitally-enabled office.

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Where does print fit into a hybrid working future?

High-quality printed plans help you collaborate, stay secure, and improve precision across your hybrid workplace.

Find out what's possible with HP DesignJet and PageWide XL.

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Get inspired by the leading minds in design and construction

The architecture, engineering, and construction sector needs to be forward-thinking and prioritise the end users’ needs. Discover how leading specialists are helping to build a better world through smarter design and construction.

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Big change with small things

Join Swiss design firm BIG GAME Design as they explore how everyday objects can improve the spaces where we live and work.

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The new post-COVID-19 living standards

Has the pandemic changed the way we think about our homes? Join Robert Palomba as he explores the evolution of residential space, and…

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Office Architecture: Changes in the workspace over the last 10 years

The pandemic has only accelerated existing trends. Join architect Fernando Forte as he…

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Workplace Design: Balancing digital and natural

Digitization has accelerated, and now designers need to bring back natural elements to…

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A sustainable design evolution of beach houses

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[1] HP DesignJet T200, T600 and Studio series printers are up to 38% smaller compared to competitive alternatives with comparable size and features as of January, 2020. The world’s smallest large-format printers based on most compact footprint.

[2]https://uefi.org/sites/default/files/resources/UEFI_Secure_Boot_in_Modern_Computer_Security_Solutions_2013.pdf

[3] For the HP DesignJet T200 Printer series: More sustainable design compared to the previous printer models (HP DesignJet T100 Printer series) replaced with the HP DesignJet T200 Printer series. Based on calculations in accordancewith ISO 14040/14044 Life Cycle Assessments using Recipe (H) v. 1.1 (2016) on GaBi 8.5 (2018) software and scaled to reflect expected yearly sales. For the HP DesignJet T600 Printer series: More sustainable design compared to theprevious printer models (HP DesignJet T500 Printer series) replaced with the HP DesignJet T600 Printer series. Based on calculations in accordance with ISO 14040/14044 Life Cycle Assessments using Recipe (H) v. 1.1 (2016) on GaBi 8.5 (2018) software and scaled to reflect expected yearly sales. For the HP DesignJet Studio Printer series: First net carbon neutral HP DesignJet plotter. HP is reducing the carbon footprint of printing through carbon reduction initiatives such as energy efficiency, reduced packaging, and use of recycled plastics. The HP DesignJet Studio Printer is the firstHP DesignJet where HP has offset the remaining carbon impact due to raw material extraction and processing, printer manufacturing and transportation, as well as electricity, paper, and cartridge use in accordance with The Carbon Neutral Protocol https://www.carbonneutral.com/how/carbonneutral-protocol. https://h20195.www2.hp.com/V2/GetPDF.aspx/c04777928.pdf

[4] For the HP DesignJet T200 Printer series: More sustainable design compared to the previous printer models (HP DesignJet T100 Printer series) replaced with the HP DesignJet T200 Printer series. Based on calculations in accordancewith ISO 14040/14044 Life Cycle Assessments using Recipe (H) v. 1.1 (2016) on GaBi 8.5 (2018) software and scaled to reflect expected yearly sales. For the HP DesignJet T600 Printer series: More sustainable design compared to theprevious printer models (HP DesignJet T500 Printer series) replaced with the HP DesignJet T600 Printer series. Based on calculations in accordance with ISO 14040/14044 Life Cycle Assessments using Recipe (H) v. 1.1 (2016) on GaBi 8.5 (2018) software and scaled to reflect expected yearly sales. For the HP DesignJet Studio Printer series: First netcarbon neutral HP DesignJet plotter. HP is reducing the carbon footprint of printing through carbon reduction initiatives such as energy efficiency, reduced packaging, and use of recycled plastics. The HP DesignJet Studio Printer is the first HP DesignJet where HP has offset the remaining carbon impact due to raw material extraction and processing, printermanufacturing and transportation, as well as electricity, paper, and cartridge use in accordance with The Carbon Neutral Protocol https://www.carbonneutral.com/how/carbonneutral-protocol.

[5] HP is reducing the carbon footprint of printing through carbon reduction initiatives such as energy efficiency, reduced packaging, and use of recycled plastics. The HP DesignJet Studio Printer is the first HP DesignJet where HP has offset the remaining carbon impact due to raw material extraction and processing, printer manufacturing and transportation, as well as electricity, paper, and cartridge use in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol https://www.carbonneutral.com/how/carbonneutral-protocol.

[6] Advanced embedded security features are based on HP review of 2019 published embedded security features of competitive printers, as of February, 2019.