BIM Technology

BIM News

ECC announces BIM adoption for large-scale construction planning

Engineering Contracting Company LLC (ECC) announces its adoption of Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology – a collaborative engineering technology solution.

BIM News

The Olympic Gangneung Ice Arena built with Tekla BIM technology

Tekla Structures was utilized for the design of Gangneung Ice Arena, the venue for figure skating and short track in PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games.

Opinion

Do You Really Need to Invest in BIM and Why the Answer Is Yes

Although BIM requires substantial investments in the beginning, it’s crucial to emphasize that it’s worthwhile, especially in the long run, and here are some of the reasons why.

BIM News

Chalkline’s VisiSpecs Wins Visionary in Technology Award

This inaugural award program was launched with a focus on companies who are shaping the future of the technology for construction and architecture sectors, and who continue to innovate and develop new techniques.

BIM News

VolkerWessels and Trimble Working Together to Drive BIM Technology Innovation

Trimble and VolkerWessels, a global player in the field of information and communications technologies and a leading construction firm, announced today a strategic relationship to standardize VolkerWessels’ projects on a key set of Trimble construction ...

Market Research

The influence of Cloud Computing on BIM Level 3

Cloud Computing will evolve and enable BIM Level 3 across the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry.

Opinion

Why should I invest 3d BIM technology?

Building information modeling was a new ways of working for construction industries, when this technology emerged first. But, now it is the widely accepted method regardless of the size of the industry or project. However, ...

Opinion

Should Rwanda's construction industry adopt BIM technology?

Why does the Industry need advanced use of BIM-Building Information Model to maintain its sustainable development?

BIM News

Six trends that will define the future of design for contractors

Technology is poised to fundamentally rewrite how we undertake design – of everything from physical structures, like buildings and bridges, to business artefacts like commercial strategies and business models. The implications for contractors will be ...

Reviews

Disruptive Technologies: Understand, Evaluate, Respond, by Paul Armstrong

This book will lift the lid on the main emerging technologies businesses will encounter and offers a clear framework for choosing the best strategic response.