Welcome to the June edition of BIM Today. In this issue, we look at everything from boosting digital skills in the construction workforce to the potential of digital twins in achieving net zero carbon, the future of drone technology in the UK and the role of 4D visualisation in improving health and safety.
The May edition of PBC Today brings together expert contributors from across planning, construction and academia to discuss a wide range of issues facing the sector.
Welcome to BIM Today March 2021, in which our expert contributors examine latest issues, innovations and challenges in the world of BIM, AI and digital construction.
Our first edition of 2021 looks at how architecture, engineering and construction are facing up to the challenges of planning reform, project delivery, digital transformation and moving towards a net-zero future against the backdrop of Covid-19 and lockdown 3.0.
Welcome to BIM Today December 2020. In this issue, we look at the key programmes, initiatives and organisations that have been helping to drive forward the digital transformation and modernisation of construction during this most challenging of years.
PBC Today November 2020 brings you a wealth of insight and opinion exploring planning, BIM and construction as the UK prepares to enter a second national lockdown.
Welcome to the September edition of BIM Today. This issue looks at some of the increasingly diverse and innovative applications of BIM, IoT, machine learning and other digital construction techniques around the world.
Welcome to PBC Today August 2020. In this edition, we examine the continuing impact of Covid-19 on the construction industry, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson's call to "build, build, build", government proposals to radically overhaul the planning system and the sector's road to recovery in the "new normal".
In the June edition of BIM Today, with the UK still in lockdown due to Covid-19, this issue takes a look forward to a future hopefully not too far away as we return to some kind of normal.
Welcome to PBC Today May 2020. In this edition, we examine the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the construction industry, from contract issues and handling site shutdowns to looking ahead to how the sector can contribute to the recovery.
In this edition of BIM Today, we look at the role of digital transformation in achieving a sustainable future, the evolution of the digital twin, how to cope with the ever-growing flow of data from smart buildings and a pioneering research project into 7D BIM.
Welcome to the PBC Today February 2020. In this issue, we shine a light on the planning landscape, legal issues for construction, modular construction's potential in 2020, digital transformation in FM and much more!
Welcome to the December edition of BIM Today. In this issue, we look back at some of the key issues in the sector today and ahead to what 2020 may bring.
With 2020 just around the corner, the PBC Today November edition looks to the future, with a focus on digital planning, the National Digital Twin, offsite construction and embodied carbon in construction.
In September's BIM Today, we reveal the results of the Construction Industry Brexit Survey, a major poll of our readers to gauge the confidence of the AEC sector once the UK leaves the European Union.
In PBC Today August 2019, we examine the crisis in social housing, look at why councils are returning to housebuilding and ask if the planning system is holding back construction.
Welcome to the June edition of BIM Today. In this issue, we take an in-depth look at digital twins, which are fast-emerging as the next evolutionary step in construction's transformation journey. Experts including David Philp of i3 by Aecom, Richard Saxon and Ton De Vries of Bentley Systems explore the concepts and characteristics of digital twins.
Welcome to the May edition of Planning, BIM & Construction Today. In this Issue, Mark Farmer examines investment in modular construction, we hear from PBC Today’s Editorial Board, the concept of the digital twin is discussed, we’ve got reaction from the spring statement and much more!
In this issue of BIM Today, we look at the role of BIM in the golden thread, ISO 19650, the BIM 2050 report, drone usage in the industry and much more!
In February's PBC Today, we take a look at the Construction Innovation Hub, modern 21st Century construction, a look at what's in store for 2019, and more!
Welcome to the December edition of BIM Today. In this issue of BIM Today, we look at the legal issues surrounding the use of drones,...
In our November issue, we hear from government,thoughts on a major 10-year programme to improve built assets and productivity and much more!
Welcome to the September edition of BIM Today. In this issue, Iain Miskimmin of Bentley Systems explores the Seven Questions of BIM, Arnaud Guguen of BIMCHAIN discusses the emergence of blockchain technology in the BIM arena, we also have Andrew Carpenter talking about the work of BIM4Housing; Terry Stocks of the Centre for Digital Built Britain on sizing up the benefits of BIM Level 2; and Eugenio Quintieri discussing the creation of the European Construction Industry Manifesto for Digitalisation.
In this issue, we have everything from industry reaction to the Hackitt Review and former housing minister Nick Raynsford's review of planning to the Centre for Digital Built Britain's new BIM benefits methodology, the reform of retentions in the wake of Carillion's collapse and what 'placemaking' really means in a project
Welcome to the May 2018 edition of BIM Today. In this issue, May Winfield and Sarah Rock, the authors of the landmark Winfield Rock Report on legal and contractual issues in BIM, discuss their findings; John Eynon looks back at the evolution of the UK BIM Alliance; and David Philp of i3 by Aecom examines the value of dashboarding in gaining insight from construction data
Welcome to the April 2018 edition of PBC Today. In this issue, Kate Henderson, chief executive of the Town & Country Planning Association, looks at how we can deliver more genuinely affordable housing - and argues that councils have a key role to play