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In a time where Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality and digital evolution is revolutionising the way we work, live and explore, it’s no surprise that the reach of these technologies is branching out into the construction sector via the process of Building Information Modelling or ‘BIM’. BIM is the process of creating and managing information digitally across a construction projects life-cycle. It is the digital description of absolutely every aspect of the built asset. With every aspect detailed throughout the development, design, and construction phases it allows a collaborative information sharing platform which is constantly updated at key stages. The definitive guide to all things BIM. Whether its news, software, updates, training and implementation. Hear from leading contributors such Anne Kemp, Mark Bew, David Philp.

Common Data Environment, Sheffield Hallam, CDE

Asite to supply CDE for £220m Sheffield Hallam development

Sheffield Hallam University has unveiled a 20-year masterplan to transform its campus and Asite has been chosen as the common data environment (CDE) provider.
AEC Delta Mobility, data sharing,

Setting a new industry standard for data sharing

The Innovate UK-funded AEC Delta Mobility project is nearing completion of a new industry standard for data sharing.
Gen Covid-19,

Gen Covid-19, construction and the new normal

John Eynon discusses the "Gen Covid-19" world in three acts – exeunt left with biting irony and cynicism… Snow, rain, hail, earthquake.
Queen’s Wharf Brisbane, BIM software,

Cottee Parker goes paperless on Queen’s Wharf Brisbane

Cottee Parker uses BIM software, Bluebeam Revu to mimic its paper-based workflow and cut the documentation process on its Queen’s Wharf Brisbane project.
location intelligence, Promap Premium Layers,

Landmark Information extends location intelligence offering

Landmark Information has extended its Promap Premium Layers to include vital location intelligence for both current and future projects.
Digital Twins, high-rise buildings

Digital twins: Improving safety with smart technology

Lee McDougall, geomatic director at building consultancy and architecture practice AHR, looks at how a digital twin can be applied in a high-rise property.
big data, artificial intelligence,

How construction firms can capitalise on their data

You have data – here’s what to do with it, says Karthik Venkatasubramanian, vice-president of data and analytics at Oracle Construction & Engineering.
traditional buildings

Innovative tool to help care for Scotland’s traditional buildings

A new software tool which allows surveys and fabric inspections of traditional buildings to be carried out digitally, has been developed by Historic Environment Scotland (HES), The University of Edinburgh and Heriot Watt University.
digital processes, Autodesk

Improving construction’s resilience for the post-pandemic world

Mike Pettinella, EMEA director of Autodesk Construction Solutions, says embracing digital transformation can boost productivity right now, and benefit firms in the long term.
BIM library,

Simpson Strong-Tie releases new BIM library

Engineered structural connector specialists, Simpson Strong-Tie, has made Building Information Modelling (BIM) content freely available for download from its website.
Sketchup training,

Sketchup training: Moving from the essentials to advanced

Enrique Barriuso, application specialist at Excitech, explores how you can get to the next level with the advanced SketchUp training course.
social distancing,

How will you manage social distancing in the workplace?

Richard Brayshaw, CAFM sales manager at Excitech, explores the ways companies can manage social distancing as staff return to work.
Digital Twin Consortium,

Bentley Systems joins Digital Twin Consortium

Software and digital twin cloud services provider, Bentley Systems, has joined the Digital Twin Consortium at the ‘Groundbreaker’ level.
Carbon emissions, climate change, climate emergency

Digital buy-in needed to address climate emergency

How can construction mitigate carbon emissions, address climate change and close the building performance gap? The answer could be to go digital, says Peter Barker, managing director of BIM Academy.

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In a time where Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality and digital evolution is revolutionising the way we work, live and explore, it’s no surprise that the reach of these technologies is branching out into the construction sector via the process of Building Information Modelling or ‘BIM’.

BIM is the process of creating and managing information digitally across a construction projects life-cycle. It is the digital description of absolutely every aspect of the built asset. With every aspect detailed throughout the development, design, and construction phases it allows a collaborative information sharing platform which is constantly updated at key stages.

The definitive guide to all things BIM. Whether its news, software, updates, training and implementation. Hear from leading contributors such Anne Kemp, Mark Bew, David Philp.