In this issue, we have everything from industry reaction to the Hackitt Review and former housing minister Nick Raynsford's review of planning to the Centre for Digital Built Britain's new BIM benefits methodology, the reform of retentions in the wake of Carillion's collapse and what 'placemaking' really means in a project
Welcome to the September edition of BIM Today. In this issue, Iain Miskimmin of Bentley Systems explores the Seven Questions of BIM, Arnaud Guguen of BIMCHAIN discusses the emergence of blockchain technology in the BIM arena, we also have Andrew Carpenter talking about the work of BIM4Housing; Terry Stocks of the Centre for Digital Built Britain on sizing up the benefits of BIM Level 2; and Eugenio Quintieri discussing the creation of the European Construction Industry Manifesto for Digitalisation.
The Vinden Partnership provides a full range of property services to clients in the public and private sectors, including dispute management, quantity surveying and project management.
Since 1931 JCT has produced standard forms of construction contract, guidance notes, and other standard forms of documentation for use by the construction industry. Today JCT...
Lloyd’s Register is one of the world’s leading providers of professional services for engineering and technology. As well as engineering inspection services, we provide utilities connection registration, and offsite construction schemes and Building Information Modelling accreditation.
About Access discuss how access statements are important for attractions, providing information before visiting. One example discussed is the Emmerdale tour
Following the announcement to remove gauze mats due to risk, Mick George Environmental will be offering asbestos collections from education facilities.
New FIA member numbers are rapidly increasing month-on-month, following new qualifications in fire detection and alarm systems.