BIM News

BIM CollaborationX

Maximise Your Profit Margins With Design Collaboration (4/9): How to Spend less on IT

Over this blog post series I’m taking a deep dive into how you can achieve the key benefits of collaborative design in the cloud using Autodesk BIM 360 Team and Collaboration for Revit. If you ...

Maximise Your Profit Margins With Design Collaboration (3/9): How to Work from Anywhere

Over this blog post series I’m taking a deep dive into how you can achieve the key benefits of collaborative design in the cloud using Autodesk BIM 360 Team and Collaboration for Revit. If you ...

BIM Track - Leading BIM issue tracking platform for the AEC industry

BIM track™ is a web-based collaboration platform that empowers your team with better coordination workflows. BIM track™ provides a central hub for all coordination information from design to construction. With information at your fingertips, you ...

The future of the building industry has arrived.

And it brought along integration, information, collaboration, fabrication, mass-production, and automation.

4 Ways BIM Collaboration Tools are Changing Design at McMillan Pazdan Smith

Technological innovations continue to drive better outcomes for our clients, especially in relation to BIM.

Technology and the Future of Collaboration

The construction industry is slow to change. We are not early adopters, nor do we tend to be technology leaders.

The route to BIM in 10 steps

The industry will have to put its foot down to meet the government’s BIM deadline. Here, five experts break the route in 10 key stages

BIM Data Exchange

BIM Enables Data Exchange

Many construction firms are finding a high level of collaboration can be enabled by implemented processes for BIM

University of Southern California’s (USC) buildings

USC University Housing Village team advances the true benefit of BIM

A holistic collaborative approach that uses building information modelling (BIM)

Project Managers play a pivotal role in BIM

Project Managers Play A Pivotal Role In BIM

In today’s construction projects, owners are demanding a better process and are increasingly looking to intelligent models, such as building information models, to reduce document conflicts and field problems, thereby reducing risk and protecting their ...