May Winfield, Simon Lewis and Andrew Croft explore aspects of the legal section of the UK Guidance Framework for ISO 19650.
Glyn Shawcross, engineering and design director of engineering solutions provider Boulting Ltd explains how future advances in BIM will continue to enhance control for contractors and clients.
Mike Shilton Chair of the Landscape Institute Digital Practice Group explains how the digital twin concept is being applied in landscape design
Bhushan Avsatthi, Associate Director at Hi-Tech iSolutions LLP, delves into the current BIM implementation across the UK and the struggles the industry continues to face when executing BIM level 2
The McAvoy Group has won a major industry award for its commitment to adopting and implementing Building Information Modelling (BIM) in its offsite construction projects
Are you struggling to get a 3D model produced for your designs? Do you only have 2D drawings and wish you had a 3D model? Cassidy Forsythe are experts in the 3D modelling of highway schemes to the BIM protocols. We can provide a 3D model of your design or...
Ensuring specifications for BIM objects match the reality is crucial for accurate modelling and achieving the best building performance. Introducing BIM Object Assurance by the BBA
Digital Built Britain sets out the future of the construction industry, but how do we realise it? Ben Malone of BIM. Technologies says we all need ownership
BRE will be returning to UK Construction Week in October 2017 to host its popular BIM Prospects Theatre and the BIM Prospects annual awards ceremony
In the drive to adopt BIM Level 2, John Eynon, Owner/Director of Open Water Consulting, argues that we should all be helping each other I found this statement on the website BCG Digital Ventures a while ago: "Corporations will own the next horizon of innovation. “We have entered a decade of disruption of...
Carl Collins, CIBSE Digital Engineering Consultant, argues that BIM as a term has served its purpose and we should now be using Digital Engineering
The FIEC has warned of the many BIM challenges in place and calls for more to be done to support the transition into digital construction
BIM Level 3 is a laudible aim, but how do we progress there from BIM Level 2? Man and Machine outline how this should happen