There has been quite a bit of “noise” in property and FM in the last year or so about “blockchain” and the potential benefits it may have for our industry. At RLB, more clients are asking us “what exactly is it? And why do they need to know about it?
Experienced architect and designer, John Eynon argues why more construction companies need to get on board with digital construction.
Andrew Carpenter of BIM4Housing discusses the cultural and behavioural changes necessary to accept the benefits of digital transformation and BIM in the construction industry.
Writing project requirements well is not as easy as you think. How do we get it right to improve outcomes? Chris Needham, BIM advisory consultant for AECOM, takes a look.
Mike Shilton, chair of the Landscape Institute Digital Practice Group, discusses shaping the green infrastructure of a project in the virtual world.
Talking about collaboration and delivering a truly collaborative project through the use of BIM are two very different things. Ryan Simmonds of voestalpine Metsec Framing discusses the keys to success.
The Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards celebrated extraordinary work in the design, construction and operations of infrastructure around the world. BIM Today highlights two UK projects that took home the top prizes.
Neil Thompson, director of digital construction at SNC-Lavalin, discusses Atkins acquiring the British Standards Institute's Kitemark for BIM Level 2.
The sixth Building Information Modelling event saw industry experts urge a more open approach and greater standardisation in the digital construction sector
Horizon 2020 project BIM-SPEED is making BIM a harmonised “building information speedway” for energy-efficient renovation works. Eugenio Quintieri of the European Builders Confederation and Sue Arundale of the European Construction Industry Federation outline how it will work.
Patrick Cantrill and Vicky McCombe of law firm Womble Bond Dickinson examine the intellectual property rights surrounding the ownership of data used in BIM projects.
Mike Blake of Willis Towers Watson discusses the impact of digital transformation, new technologies and adopting BIM on the importance of employee wellbeing.
Gary Thompson of Siemens Financial Services explores “Smart buildings as a Service’ and solutions that harness the savings from reduced energy consumption.
A new e-learning platform from the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre aims to help more business leaders start their BIM journey – without having to get out of their chair. BIM technical consultant Colin Hastie explains.