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BIM&CO adds ETIM to its classification systems and communications standards.

BIM&CO is introducing the international classification standard ETIM to its platform. ETIM provides a standardised way of classifying electrical and climate control products, simplifying the process of communicating and exchanging information about them at every ...

The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment is keeping an eye on how Australia is tackling dodgy building products. Photo: RNZ / Alexander Robertson

New Zealand Building regulator looks overseas for help

New Zealand's building regulator is looking overseas for more ideas on how to clamp down on poor construction.

RTA becomes first Gov to obtain BIM certification worldwide

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai has been awarded the Building Information Modelling (BIM) certification by the British Standards Institute (BSI).

First global organizations certified to new BIM Kitemark™ for Asset Management

BSI, the business standards company, has launched a new Kitemark™ for BIM (Building Information Modelling) to help the asset management industry demonstrate that they have integrated BIM into their processes.

Virtual design leaders promote adding Infrastructure Alignment to IFC standard

Recently, buildingSMART International invited stakeholders vested in the development of Open BIM processes and standards to Barcelona for a summit to learn about the latest developments in IFC strategy.

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Product Manufacturers Offered BIM Data Templates

the Construction Products Association (CPA), BIM for Manufacturers and Manufacturing (BIM4M2), the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and RIBA Enterprise's NBS announced they had formed a joint initiative to provide consistent product data ...

RICS at Qatar BIM User Day

The global construction market is expected to grow at a faster pace than world GDP over the next decade. Most of this growth is expected in the Middle East, with markets such as Qatar growing ...