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Building information modelling (BIM) is one area where 2020 promised a lot that didn’t materialise as expected, Frank Weiss, senior director of new products at Oracle Construction and Engineering explores how BIM will shift in 2021.
The UK BIM Alliance has announced Buildots, the construction tech newcomer, as its latest ‘gold patron’ and newest member of the alliance technology group.
Alex Lubbock at the Infrastructure & Projects Authority, discusses how Modern Methods of Construction can deliver higher quality and performance.
buildingSMART is the worldwide authority driving the transformation of the built asset environment through creation and adoption of open, international standards.
The Stroma Group has become a signatory of the UK BIM Alliance, along with Niraj Mistry of Stroma Certification leading the upskilling stream for the projects team at the UK BIM Alliance
Following the merger of the UK BIM Alliance and buildingSMART UK&I this month, the Alliance have published a set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) relating to the merger
On 30 October, at the BuildingSmart International Summit, Anne Kemp UK BIM Alliance Chair will announce that the UK BIM Alliance and buildingSMART UK&I chapter have agreed to merge
Man and Machine has revealed it supports the buildingSMART Professional Certification programme and will provide approved training through its established BIM Ready courses
buildingSMART has initiated a new Professional Certification Program to support openBIM training
Global BIM standards are necessary but they should not be overcomplicated. Man and Machine explain why it is imperative to keep things concise
Alex Small, BIM and Digital Platforms Manager at Tata Steel outlines the challenges construction product manufacturers face on their route to BIM
Nick Nisbet, Vice-Chair of BuildingSMART UKI, provides a brief update on the progress of the organisation in addition to this year’s priorities
Smart manufacturers recognise the need for product data templates with the correct data.
Dr Anne Kemp, Chair, BIM4IUK and Vice Chair of BuildingSMART reflects on recent discussions surrounding BIM in terms of the route to a Digital Built Britain and open standards