BIM News




BCF – BIM Collaboration Format

BCF History, typologies suggested by buildingSMART and explanation of how BCF works in practice

BIM 4 Infrastructure (UK) & BuildingSMART InfraRoom Meeting

Come along to hear about BIM 4 Infrastructure (UK), who we are, what we do and our mission and goals are for 2017 – and how YOU can get involved.

New BIM Standard Prevents Costly Construction Errors

All too often, when different parts of a construction project, or separately managed but geographically adjacent projects, require careful vertical and horizontal alignment, slight differences in construction documents result in misalignment.

Ssangyong E&C Wins Singapore’s BCA BIM Award

The company announced that it has received the Gold Award in the Organization category at the 2015 BCA BIM Awards ceremony, which was recently held in Singapore.

First Awards To Be Given For BIM Use In Canada

The announcement that the Canada BIM Council (CanBIM) is creating the first annual national awards for BIM, which stands for Building Information Modeling, could be a sign that awareness and adoption of BIM is increasing …

buildingSmart Forum 2014

“The digital construction as a driving force for the industry” was the heading of the 18th buildingSMART Forum which took place on the 13th of November 2014 in Berlin.”

Multi-disciplinary Interoperability Standards for the Convergence of BIM, 3D and Geospatial

At the ISO/TC 59 Plenary Week in Toronto this week, a day long collaboration session was organized by ISO/TC 59, buildingSMART, and the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC). This is a major milestone for the development …

Standards in construction

Whether or not one accepts that waste and inefficiency accounts for 30% of the turnover of our sector, there are statistics that indicate that we replace only 1% of our building stock annually, whereas our …

BIM, success or failure, leap or crawl? (Processes and Protocols)

Posted on 04.12.2013 by Danny Mcgough BIM, success or failure, leap or crawl? In this article I’m going to question whether BIM protocols and improved collaborative and integrated working processes can be the lasting legacy …

BuildingSMART International seeks to broaden engagement

Posted on 18 June 2014 by Christopher Groome Strategic changes to invite participation and enhance buildingSMART programmes