Damian O'Neill, director of Lyons O'Neill, takes a look at how BIM is being applied in UK construction and the barriers it faces.
JCT has been at the forefront of providing contract options for the construction industry to enable the adoption and integration of BIM into construction projects.
Trevor Strahan, director for BIM at BakerHicks, explores the building blocks to achieving better BIM data management so the construction industry can really maximise its potential.
GroupBC’s common data environment (CDE) will be at the heart of the expansion of Birmingham Airport, enabling optimum document and digital information management.
Excitech DOCS helps PBWC Architects achieve efficiencies in its workflows, particularly in areas such as BIM Level 2 file naming and alignment with the RIBA Plan of Works.
Consultancy company Excitech helps lay the foundations for Glancy Nicholls Architects to gain its BIM Level 2 accreditation.
The UK BIM Framework has released 'Guidance Part 2: Process for Project Delivery' to support practitioners in embedding and implementing BIM.
Jacqueline Hughes, senior risk analyst at Equib, discusses how project managers for town centre developments can get their risk management strategy right.
Professional services firm RPS has achieved certification for BRE Global’s new ISO 19650 Building Information Modelling (BIM) for Businesses Scheme.
John Eynon traces the ups and downs of the UK’s journey towards BIM Level 2 and digital transformation, reflecting on the stresses, the strains and the green shoots of hope for the future.
Some manufacturers may still be wary of BIM. “Should companies embrace it or risk being left behind?” asks Nick Johns, Head of Digital Manufacturing for Graitec.
Here, Melanie Dawson, director of digital construction at GRAHAM, looks at how BIM and other technologies have shaped the industry.
With many construction companies still not utilising Building Information Modelling, we review the benefits to businesses and discuss how software vendors can do more to encourage adoption, especially by SMEs.
Part of the strategy to encourage the adoption of BIM was the publication of standard documents, including the Publicly Available Specifications (PAS) 1192 series of standards, in particular, PAS 1192-2.