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With collaborative 3D environments becoming increasingly common on construction projects, it is important to leverage the data and information that is stored alongside the 3D geometry. Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie) is the nominated format for the digital an electronic delivery of asset data
Bryden Wood, the integrated design and operations consultancy for the built environment, has created a Supply Chain Assessment tool to optimise the supply chain of clients
This ebook examines the key aspects of BIM for manufacturers, including best practice for creating models, the importance of COBie, the need for global data standards and training
Easily accessing BIM data for products is key for any designer. Lars Fredenlund CEO of coBuilder AS describes the approach taken by Knauf Insulation
Moving from a 2D world to 3D can help beat inefficiency traps before adding more value through the BIM process as outlined here by Lee Mullin of Autodesk
Product Manager Andy Stolworthy shares SFS' progress with Structured Product Data for BIM SFS is fully behind the ethos of BIM and wants to provide...
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
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
Mike Packham, Partner of Bernard Williams Associates, outlines the value behind BIM/soft landings and highlights the difficulties interpreting COBie
Paul Oakley, Director BIM at BRE talks about the cost of COBie and the challenges associated with utilising the schema
LEXiCON provides a world-first opportunity for the industry to share product data consistently, using a plain language dictionary developed by relevant industry bodies. PCSG’s Senior Consultant and Vice Chair of BIM4M2, Steve Thompson explains more
BIM objects are developed and these geometric objects have data embedded and structured for COBie purposes, but what happens with any changes?
Jan Phelps, Principal and IWMS Advocate for Terminal Velocity FM hails the popularity and benefits of BIM for the FM community and asks whether it should be called BOM (Building Operations Modeling)
Anthony Burd Head of Sector – Construction, and Kieran Parkinson, Market Development Manager for the Built Environment at BSI, outline best practice for managing security when utilising BIM
Welcome to the Summer 2015 edition of BIM Today. The UK’s Digital Built Britain Strategy sets out what will essentially be Level 3 BIM –...
Steve Thompson, Chair of BIM4M2 and Market Manager for Construction and Infrastructure at Tata Steel discusses the game-changing potential in efficiency improvements that BIM...
Welcome to the February 2015 issue of BIM Today. This is an exciting time in the BIM world. The NBS BIM Toolkit is on track...