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The Quantifiable Benefits of Adhering to BIM Level 2 in Construction Projects

A recent report from PwC shows that governments can save £400m a year with the application of BIM Level 2 on construction projects. The report is first to highlight the quantifiable benefits associated with BIM. ...

The UAE will lead the global digital transformation of the construction industry

Why? Because they travel lightly, not weighed down by baggage of past deeds and professional boundaries that no longer serve the true cause of development.

Digital supply chains: Building lasting relationships based on data

To overcome issues such as the fragmented communication between supply chain members, the inefficiencies regarding COBie data checking and quality, coBuilder are launching a new tool specially designed to facilitate client- contractor and contractor-supply chain ...


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Tapping the Potential of 4D BIM Construction Simulation for more opportunities

Construction sequencing method is an indispensable tool for site engineers and contractors to map out the construction phase especially with rising design complexity.

BIM Track for PMs: Why you need it and how to assess project health

As a project manager (PM), you need an easy way to assign tasks & monitor issue resolution progress within your project at a glance. You need hard data you can drill down into to see ...

How to run a successful BIM coordination meeting

We all know what makes for bad meetings, but what makes for a great one? We’re going to give you BIM One’s tried and tested methods to run productive BIM coordination meetings with BIM Track. ...

6 Ways Outsourcing BIM Services Can Benefit Business Owners

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is increasingly seen as a tool to enhance efficiency and improve profit margins by construction firms. However, one aspect that keeps many business owners from adopting this valuable approach is the ...

BIM & FM - It’s a Circular Thing

In this article Steve Owen (Managing Director, FM180 Ltd) highlights the psychology between the less than harmonious relationships that can occur among project participants and what can be done to solve it.

Ten Steps to Soften any Landing

As it is critical to champion even better outcomes for our built assets by facilitating a Soft Landings approach, it is a pleasure to invite Deborah Rowland (Director Public Sector Affairs, Sodexo) to quickly offer ...