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ISG delivers £55 million Bristol Business School

ISG has successfully delivered a £55 million project at the University of West England (UWE Bristol) – creating a striking new home for the Faculty of Business and Law.

BSi "BIM Level 2" Infographic

The BSI have created a new information packed graphic to help industry understand BIM Level 2.

Recognising your BIM obligations and limitations

We were all waiting for 2016: the year the UK government implemented and required BIM Level 2 on all of its projects. What a monumental step for technology and the future of construction.

BIM Level 2 And Beyond – An Expense Or An Opportunity?

It’s been a few months since the April start date for BIM Level 2, the UK mandate for using Building Information Modelling on centrally procured projects. What’s changed? Well for the majority not a huge …

BRE Academy announces BIM for clients training

The BRE Academy has announced dates for a new BIM course aimed at helping public and private sector clients who procure buildings and infrastructure, strategically implement and exploit the benefits of BIM throughout every stage …

BIM Prospects at UKCW 2016

BIM Prospects focus at UK Construction Week 2016

When will BIM reach its full potential in the GCC?

Although the technology of building information modelling (BIM) is not new to the construction industry, the process of implementing it across all projects is still evolving, especially in the Middle East.

Steel Construction BIM Charter launched

British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) steelwork contractors are now able to demonstrate compliance with Level 2 Building Information Modelling (BIM) with the launch of the Steel Construction BIM Charter.

The BIM events scene in April

As April is already gone, we can surely say that we at coBuilder had an amazingly vibrant month, packed with events and great business opportunities. In these wrap up reports, we want to share with …

Mears gains BIM Level 2 compliance

Mears Group has gained Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2 compliance, in line with the Government’s new requirements for centrally-procured construction projects, which came into effect in April.