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Industry groups agree single BIM process

UK: Three leading construction industry bodies have moved to clear up growing confusion over the process of standardising product information for use in BIM.

Why do high-quality 3D models matter?

Having access to high-quality 3D models is a critical part of a modern-day construction and building process.

Tackling BIM – the start of a new chapter

The deadline for the BIM Level 2 mandate has been and gone, but for the market what’s changed and what are the key discussions yet to be had?

Trimble to Acquire Building Data to Expand Constructible Model and BIM Content Offering for Construction

Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) announced today it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held Building Data based in Rocklin, Calif. Building Data’s managed content and software solutions.

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Uponor partners up with MagiCloud

We are happy to announce cooperation with Uponor who chose MagiCloud as one of their global BIM partners and now features intelligent 3D models in MagiCloud BIM library for MEP designers.

Innovative Brett Landscaping leads industry with BIM registered products

Brett Landscaping, the specialist commercial and domestic paving supplier, has announced its range of high quality commercial hard landscaping products has now been listed on the National BIM Library, making the company one of the …

NBS and Autodesk to collaborate

NBS and Autodesk have announced their intention to work together to develop the next generation of information and knowledge management integration.

Quinn Building Products Unveils its BIM Object ‘System’ Range at Ecobuild 2016

Quinn Building Products’ Raymond O’Reilly & Mark Clarkson were invited to present on the Ecobuild 2016 Specifier Live stage.

Planet Partitioning: BIM Level 2

This April marks the arrival of the government’s BIM mandate, meaning that all public sector projects will require the implication of BIM Level 2.