Opinion

Things that Revit and BIM can do together!

This article intends to answer why Revit software aims to be a BIM software!

Drones Technology for AEC Industry-A boon!

Could BIM be integrated with Drones? Yes… And for no surprise Drones have arose as powerful technology to bolster BIM technology in many ways.

Are Revit and BIM same…? Distinguishing between BIM and Revit

Let us clear the misconceptions and seek answers to what really BIM and Revit mean. Are they similar or distinct?

Lean Construction, Lean Design and Building Information Modelling

The choices we make in the design stage will have a great impact on the success of the actual construction and installation work. Because of this, the capability to verify the feasibility of the designs ...

4 Myths about BIM

One of the challenges for BIM adoption is the fact that is surrounded by myths that makes teams hesitant to adopt BIM. BIM is still seen as a 3D modeling tool, people still believe that ...

Building Information Modelling Uses and the Swiss Army Knife

The Swiss Army Knife is a beautiful piece of Engineering. It is a collection of tools that are integrated in a highly efficient manner so it is portable and effective in getting you out of ...

BIM and Augmented Reality in Construction & Maintenance

The evolution (and availability) of an ever increasing array of technical approaches and devices shows no sign of abating. To discuss the reach, influence and significance of this field further, Will Brocklebank (Founder & CEO, ...

Beyond Information Requirements

The effect of increasing shifts in client sentiment, as felt throughout the supply chain, are captured head on as Nicholas Nisbet (BuildingSMART UKI) introduces a call to arms that champions asset performance and new business ...

BIM data or digital data - what the future looks like

Adrian Wild, founder of Integro Construction software and BuildingWorks, gives his thoughts on BIM data and digital tools to Professional Housebuilder & Property Developer magazine.

The Architects Client - BIM and the Construction Industry

We present BIM as a visual tool able to allow greater design understanding and then appear to be frustrated when a client demands change as a result of that better understanding.