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?
Andrew Carpenter of BIM4Housing discusses the cultural and behavioural changes necessary to accept the benefits of digital transformation and BIM in the construction industry.
Mike Shilton, chair of the Landscape Institute Digital Practice Group, discusses shaping the green infrastructure of a project in the virtual world.
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.
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.
Gary Thompson of Siemens Financial Services explores “Smart buildings as a Service’ and solutions that harness the savings from reduced energy consumption.
Safer City Streets, the worldwide traffic safety network for liveable cities, has published its first global benchmark of urban road safety.
There is growing and quite understandable hype concerning BIM, and how it is helping to transform both the UK residential and commercial building sectors?
Rubberbond's report looked at mental health in the construction industry and found the sector suffers from the most amount of suicides of any profession.
A site digital twin could help to avoid duplication of data across platforms and ensure project information is up-to-date.
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has published a new report focusing on security and the authorised use of data in the construction sector.
Alex Small, BIM & digital platforms manager at Tata Steel explores confusion around BIM information and how to bring it to the market.
BIM data can provide crucial insights into a building’s components, encouraging more robust specification and ultimately a better quality finish.
Siemens and Bentley Systems have unveiled a new cloud service providing as-operated, up-to-date digital twins that synchronise both physical conditions and engineering data.