BIM Implementation

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BIM News

£5.4m Cambridge hothouse drives UK digital construction revolution

The Government have announced £5.4 million in funding to enable the launch of a centre of excellence in Cambridge to champion the digital revolution in the built environment.

Interviews

Nuclear BIM & Digital with Philip Isgar

In terms of the Nuclear sector then when it comes to all things BIM and strategy we should look no further than Philip Isgar (Sunbeam Management Solutions). Chair of the Nuclear Institute Digital Community Special ...

White Papers

Allplan: 10 Good Reasons for BIM Whitepaper

Building Information Modeling is the digital working method for the building industry. BIM adds value by enabling people, processes and tools to work together effectively throughout the entire life-cycle of a building.


Analysis

SWOT Analysis of BIM

Building Information Models are widely used in architecture/engineering/construction (AEC) industry, as it supports information management throughout the life-cycle of a building in the form of a product and a process.

Analysis

Get to know the significance of As Built Data in Construction

The 2016 has witnessed to significant changes in the AEC industry of construction field and now we have moved forward a lot while looking back.

Analysis

Why should you Invite BIM over Coffee for next Retail Construction Project?

This article is about importance of BIM over Coffee for Retail Construction Projects. BIM has sufficed every need of retail building developers to grow by assisting in designs all the way from concept through construction ...

Opinion

Paving the Way for BIM Implementation and Management

Embracing the big picture around BIM can help organisations to produce and work with an evolving, digital representation of a project’s physical, functional, cost and planning characteristics.

Opinion

BIM Implementation - Learning from the Mistakes of Others

Successfully implementing BIM demands process change as well as purchasing the relevant software.

Opinion

Optimising your BIM Implementation

When implementing BIM, any company that proceeds with a ‘bare minimum’ approach tends to make many common mistakes - and ones that can be costly.

Opinion

Why BIM Implementation goes wrong

Implementing BIM processes and technologies brings many significant benefits for the construction industry. However as with any new venture it can go wrong, resulting in wasted investment.