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BIM standards and certification must be kept simple

BIM standards and certification must be kept simple

Global BIM standards are necessary but they should not be overcomplicated. Man and Machine explain why it is imperative to keep things concise
Digital skills gap

Training the next generation of BIM experts to avoid a digital skills gap

Emma Segelov, Head of Marketing at MK Electric, explains the importance of training and investing in young people to avoid the digital skills gap
Infrastructure development projects should utilise BIM

Infrastructure development projects should utilise BIM

For infrastructure development projects to succeed, we need to focus on BIM says Bhushan Avsatthi Associate Director at Hi-Tech iSolutions LLP
Information needed on BIM challenges

BIM challenges to be focus of Tata Steel online discussion

The BIM challenges of meeting BIM Level 2 will be the focus of a webinar discussion led by Tata Steel on Tuesday 27 June 2017 at 12.30pm
BIM Level 2

Delivering projects to BIM Level 2 requires expertise and experience

Ben Malone, Director at BIM. Technologies tells PBC Today how the industry is embracing BIM Level 2, noting the challenges and the benefits of adoption
BIM training course aimed at site managers is launched

BIM training course aimed at site managers is launched

A new online BIM training course has been developed by the BRE Academy and CITB to help site managers with the technology
Combining digital building techniques can transform infrastructure and communities

Combining digital building techniques can transform infrastructure and communities

New research suggests combining digital building techniques could have a significant impact on homes, cities and transport networks
Geospatial data results from a two-year research project have been revealed

Geospatial data results from a two-year research project have been revealed

A two-year research and development project to connect geospatial data has unveiled the findings at the GeoBusiness show
RICS BIM4SME awards extends deadline to recognise more BIM talent

RICS BIM4SME awards extend deadline to recognise more BIM talent

The deadline for the RICS BIM4SME awards, which recognises industry talent and expertise, has been extended after it was inundated with nominations
BIM challenges still remain despite transforming the construction sector

BIM challenges still remain despite transforming the construction sector

The FIEC has warned of the many BIM challenges in place and calls for more to be done to support the transition into digital construction
BIM for healthcare facilities

BIM for healthcare facilities: A closer look at the benefits and challenges

The cost of constructing a typical hospital today is twice what it was in 2002. Can BIM help? Hi-Tech iSolutions LLP's Bhushan Avsatthi discusses
Government BIM mandate remains unclear for a third of the industry

Government BIM mandate remains unclear for a third of the industry

A new survey from the NBS has revealed a proportion of the industry remains unclear how to comply with the government’s BIM mandate
There are 3 P's of BIM: people, processes and policies

There are 3 P’s of BIM: people, processes and policies

Successfully implementing BIM relies on the 3 P's of BIM: people, processes and policies. Gaurang Trivedi, Engineering Consultant for TrueCADD explains
Digital Construction - taking on the risk in construction

Digital Construction – taking on the risk in construction

BIM is fast becoming a word many are tired of. While it represents the enabler to describe the digital transformation of construction, it is also a misused and abused term to describe a variety of expectations for the user, which leads to frustration and disappointment