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 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
ISO 45001 is the world’s first international occupational health and safety standard designed to tackle the significant personal and economic burden of work-related accidents and diseases. Lloyd's Register provides high quality public and bespoke training to prepare staff to meet the requirements
This ebook from Aquobex discusses the progress of the Defra-sponsored Cumbrian Flood Resilience Project
StrucSoft Solutions is the market leader in comprehensive Autodesk Revit-based BIM framing, providing expert products and services.
Aldermore provides flexible and practical Invoice Finance facilities designed to meet the demands of growing businesses
Bentley Systems provide key solutions for construction roles with the aim of working together and advancing infrastructure.
The BCIS Online featured project for July 2018, is a recently tendered £9.35m luxury, detached, 1,253m2 Georgian style manor house in Surrey.
Following Revisions to the National Planning Policy Framework, Landmark offer their views and expert option on the updated document
AET Flexible Space discuss their upgrade to underfloor air conditioning at the Farringdon Road address in the Clerkenwell area of London.