This ebook from Marshalls examines the challenges of protecting public spaces from criminal and terrorist vehicle attacks without sacrificing the aesthetics of the built environment or creating an oppressive, "fortress-like" atmosphere
In this ebook, design and engineering specialist Aquobex looks at how houses can be made more resistant to flooding to prevent water getting in and, if it does, more resilient to help ensure that families can be back in their homes in weeks rather than months.
With collaborative 3D environments becoming increasingly common on construction projects, it is important to leverage the data and information that is stored alongside the 3D geometry. Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie) is the nominated format for the digital an electronic delivery of asset data
In this year's Solibri Journal, founder and CEO Heikki Kulusjärvi discusses changes within the company and how Solibri is ensuring excellence This year’s Solibri Journal...
This ebook from Cadassist, an Autodesk authorised training centre, examines the keys to efficient and effective product design and data management in a world of increasing workloads and seemingly ever-tighter deadlines
Welcome to the May 2018 edition of BIM Today. In this issue, May Winfield and Sarah Rock, the authors of the landmark Winfield Rock Report on legal and contractual issues in BIM, discuss their findings; John Eynon looks back at the evolution of the UK BIM Alliance; and David Philp of i3 by Aecom examines the value of dashboarding in gaining insight from construction data
Stephanie Kerr of Argyll Environmental discuss flood risk and flood planning, as well as looking in detail at flood risk on farm land.
Ian Streets of About Access discusses inclusion in construction and how feedback from consultation around a road improvement project has resulted in a group of major construction companies working together to minimise the negative impact of their work on neighbours and disabled people.