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.
It's lucky number seven for Liverpool-based mechanical and electrical engineering consultancy, Steven Hunt & Associates, who today announce the news of seven contracts.
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.
May Winfield, Simon Lewis and Andrew Croft explore aspects of the legal section of the UK Guidance Framework for ISO 19650.
Stuart Bell looks at some of the common issues surrounding poor information management and sets out some simple steps to encourage adoption.
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.
Stuart Bell, sales and marketing director at GroupBC, outlines the key reasons why digital adoption is absolutely integral to the construction industry’s future.
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.
The value of BIM to those in the built environment is growing at pace: supporting greater collaboration and providing a single source of coordination.