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Asset Information Models

Asset Information Models: How GliderBIM can manage and deliver data

Nick Hutchinson, Managing Director of Glider Technology Limited, discusses how GliderBIM can help deliver Asset Information Models and associated asset data
BIM and DfMA - the future of construction

BIM and DfMA – the future of construction

Utilising BIM and DfMA (Designing for Manufacture and Assembly) has wide-ranging benefits as discussed by Nick Milestone, Board Director for the Structural Timber Association
BIM opportunities in a changing industry

BIM opportunities in a changing industry

In an increasingly digital society there are many BIM opportunities await for those willing to take the necessary steps, says Casey Rutland
3D modelling techniques prove second nature for Tata Steel

3D modelling techniques prove second nature for Tata Steel

3D modelling techniques and the ethos of BIM were present within the construction industry before its large-scale rollout says Kevin Turton, Design Manager at Tata Steel
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BIM Today May 2017

The BIM Today May 2017 edition includes many articles covering subject areas including the progress made in BIM adoption and the LEXiCON initiative

Consistent product data – the apex for BIM objects

Peter Caplehorn, Deputy CE and Policy Director of the CPA believes in the value of digital technologies to create an efficient and modern construction industry. He spoke to BIM Today and outlined the progress made in BIM adoption and consistent product data
BIM Level 3 – fact or fantasy?

BIM Level 3 – fact or fantasy?

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
Investing in the BIM education of experts. Is it worth it?

Investing in the BIM education of experts. Is it worth it?

Investing in the BIM education of experts is an obstacle that the construction industry needs to overcome to start using BIM properly, says Lars Fredenlund
BIM and a sustainability strategy: better value and places

BIM and a sustainability strategy: better value and places

Implementing BIM and a sustainability strategy has wider benefits resulting in an opportunity to connect buildings, spaces, places, people and communities argues Dr Susie Tomson, Sustainability Director at PCSG
BIM training for professionals – the BSI way

BIM training for professionals – the BSI way

BIM training for professionals is essential to support organisations in their BIM journey. BSI’s new Head of Training, Laura Melvin, shares her thoughts
Using BIM on smaller scale projects is possible

Using BIM on smaller scale projects is possible

Dan Rossiter of BRE explains the benefits of using BIM on smaller scale projects and provides tips based on his own experience of applying BIM to manage his home
Modern modular construction should be embraced as the future

Modern modular construction should be embraced as the future

Jason Ruddle of Elecosoft discusses why modern modular construction can deliver innovative designs while providing a turnkey solution for the sector
Driving innovation in construction product manufacturing

Driving innovation in construction product manufacturing

Chris Ashworth, of BIM4M2 and Competitive Advantage Consultancy explores research into the future of innovation in construction product manufacturing
Product manufacturers and BIM: the importance of standardised data

Product manufacturers and BIM: the importance of standardised data

Alex Small, BIM and Digital Platforms Manager at Tata Steel outlines the challenges construction product manufacturers face on their route to BIM
Why you should not be confused about utilising BIM Level 2

Why you should not be confused about utilising BIM Level 2

Utilising BIM Level 2 might seem like a minefield but there are many benefits, says John Eynon, Joint Chair of BIM Regions UK and BIM Regions South East
The BIM data problem: identifying the best solution

The BIM data problem: identifying the best solution

Paul Oakley, Director BIM at BRE says resolving the BIM data problem means recognising barriers exist and working out how to overcome these issues
BIM for Refurbishment – what do you need to know?

BIM for Refurbishment – what do you need to know?

Andy Radley, Group BIM Director at Kier Group shares his expertise on using BIM for refurbishment projects, considering the benefits and the challenges
Using virtual reality to design buildings and transport hubs

Using virtual reality to design buildings and transport hubs

Simon White, PR and Communications Manager, Transport Systems Catapult explains how virtual reality technology has been adapted to aid infrastructure design
Concept design to construction: why collaboration is key

Concept design to construction: why collaboration is key

Mike Shilton, Chair of the LI BIM Working Group highlights the BIM requirements as a project moves from concept design to the construction phase
BIM myths: six common misconceptions surrounding building information modelling

BIM myths: six common misconceptions surrounding building information modelling

Andy Butterfield, Product Certification Director of Built Environment, BSI debunks six BIM myths and notes its importance in the construction industry

BIM Today May 2017