Digital solutions, GroupBC, BIM, Business Collaborator

Connect, collaborate and construct with BIM

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.
New contracts, engineering consultancy, Steven Hunt & Associates,

Steven Hunt & Associates announce seven new contracts

It's lucky number seven for Liverpool-based mechanical and electrical engineering consultancy, Steven Hunt & Associates, who today announce the news of seven contracts.
BIM level 2,

Evaluating BIM level 2 three years on

Paul Newby, engineering services director at SES Engineering Services (SES) evaluates the successes and failures of the BIM Level 2 mandate and where the industry needs to go in the future.
ISO 19650 series, PAS 1192 series,

The legal section: UK Guidance Framework for ISO 19650

May Winfield, Simon Lewis and Andrew Croft explore aspects of the legal section of the UK Guidance Framework for ISO 19650.
Information management

Communication breakdown in construction projects

Stuart Bell looks at some of the common issues surrounding poor information management and sets out some simple steps to encourage adoption.
Women in BIM, WiB, Rebecca De Cicco

Women in BIM: Attracting and retaining a more diverse workforce

PBC Today recently spoke with Rebecca De Cicco, the founder of Women in BIM (WiB), about the growing need to encourage more women to join the construction industry.
construction industry, digital transformation, BIM,

The construction industry’s digital transformation

Stuart Bell, sales and marketing director at GroupBC, outlines the key reasons why digital adoption is absolutely integral to the construction industry’s future.
Insulation, Future Homes, new build,

Making housing better in a warming world

Simon Storer looks at the thermal efficiency and positive benefits of polyisocyunurate (PIR) and PU insulation and how this essential product can help the UK’s housing stock adapt to the impacts of a changing climate.

Why BIM doesn’t have to mean BIG!

The value of BIM to those in the built environment is growing at pace: supporting greater collaboration and providing a single source of coordination.
level 2 BIM,

Legal and Contractual issues of level 2 BIM

Richard Saxon CBE, chairman of JCT Ltd, delves into the legal and contractual issues of BIM.
ISO 19650, BIM level 2,

ISO 19650 internationalises BIM

The launch of ISO 19650 provides real opportunities for UK-based companies with BIM-compliant processes to export their expertise on a global scale.
Construction information, Contractors, BIM

Construction information going digital

GroupBC looks at some of the challenges going digital can resolve including communication, construction information, data security and compliance.
Institute of Neurology

UCL appoints ISG as main contractor for neurology centre

ISG will focus on design and procurement for a research facility that will serve as a hub for the UK Dementia Research Institute and a new home for the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology.
construction projects, BIM,

Understanding and applying BIM to construction projects

Glyn Shawcross, engineering and design director at engineering solutions provider Boulting Ltd, explains one of the key regulations essential for becoming BIM-enabled.

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