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BIM collaboration

BIM: Don’t confuse, collaborate

With its host of new terms and technical phrases, BIM can seem daunting. Niraj Mistry, senior BIM assessor at Stroma Certification, argues that BIM collaboration is the key to cutting through confusion and reaping the benefits
offsite construction

Why geometry is more important to offsite construction than data

The focus on the value of data in offsite construction is understandable but, cautions Lee Mullin of Autodesk, the importance of geometric design information cannot be overlooked

BIM and GIS: What the Information is going on?

BIM and GIS are often thought of as separate tools for separate professions and never the twain shall meet. Mike Shilton, Product Director at Keysoft Solutions and Chair of the Landscape Institute Digital Practice Group, looks at how the two can work together

Future-gazing: BIM, data and the future of construction

BIM Today sits down with AECOM’s Stefan Mordue to discuss future-gazing and the impact digital transformation is already having on construction

Faro releases VR software for Construction, Design and Forensics

FARO® has announced the release of Virtual Reality (VR)-ready FARO® SCENE 7.1 software, enabling an immersive VR experience with integration of detailed photographic textures
BIM capability

BRE and Graitec partnership resolving the BIM capability problem

BIM certification isn’t just about a badge; it’s about making BIM business as usual. Paul Oakley, BIM director at BRE Group, discusses a new partnership with Graitec designed to make that a reality
legionella in water systems

How warm is your cold? Fighting legionella in water systems

Steve Hunt, MD of Steven Hunt & Associates, discusses the need for industry experts to stay up to date with new technology in order to tackle the issue of legionella developing in ill-equipped water systems
Digital transformation

Digital transformation: Evolve or die!

Think digital transformation is just a passing fad you don’t need to worry about? Think again, says John Eynon
Digital estates

Digital estates: Building and maintaining better data

A digital estates strategy can ensure accurate, trusted data is available to both maintain and develop for the future. Mark Stodgell of PCSG explains how
BIM Show Live 2018

BIM experts confirmed for BIM Show Live 2018

BIM veterans David Philp and Simon Rawlinson, have been confirmed to once again Chair the two-day BIM Show Live 2018 event taking place at Newcastle’s Boiler Shop venue
connected construction

Internet of Pings: How connected construction can manage better than ever

Adopting new technology can be daunting but, argues Steve Mansour of CRL, the potential benefits for both builders and end users mean it is time to embrace connected construction
digitalised construction sector

Collaborate to innovate: How could you prepare for a digitalised construction sector?

In this article, Elizabeth Kavanagh, head of HR, innovation and research at Stride Treglown, examines the shift in our roles due to the culture change required by the move towards a digitalised construction sector and a more collaborative culture
Trant Engineering Ltd v Mott MacDonald Ltd

Trant Engineering Ltd v Mott MacDonald Ltd: The first steer on BIM from the...

Sarah Rock, Senior Associate with law firm Gowling WLG, takes a look at the decision in Trant Engineering Ltd v Mott MacDonald Ltd
historic buildings

BIM for heritage: Developing historic buildings

BIM has a wealth of potential applications in the heritage and historic buildings sectors. Paul Bryan, Geospatial Imaging Manager at Historic England, outlines the organisation’s first technical guidance document on the subject

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