Reducing Costs


4 ways to reduce construction costs through using BIM

Before we get onto discussing how BIM can help you reduce construction costs we should first discuss what BIM is. We’re guessing you probably already know what BIM is, but if not here are a ...


BIM Implementation - Learning from the Mistakes of Others

Successfully implementing BIM demands process change as well as purchasing the relevant software.


What is clash detection & how does BIM help?

Perhaps you have gotten that pesky message before saying "Lines cannot intersect each other, The highlighted lines currently intersect" when trying to place a slab on a wall in Revit (or maybe any other such ...

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The Right Contract Delivers The Goods

The choice of contract form, which defines crucial commitments to a delivery structure, determines the ultimate success of the project.

Case Studies

Interoperability and BIM - Case Studies

This article features highlights from Build Smart conference, focusing on how each case study was used to validate a specific benefit of interoperability or BIM.

Case Studies

BIM Implementation Learning from the mistakes of others

The following case study details how a business eventually realised that successful BIM implementation necessitated process change as well as software purchase.

Case Studies

Babtist Health South Florida

Baptist Health South Florida (BHSF) is the largest non-profit health care organization in the Miami-Dade region.

Case Studies

Turner & Townsend

Established in 1946, Turner & Townsend is a global cost management consultancy, employing more than 2,400 people across an international network of 54 offices, supported by a worldwide infrastructure of systems and resources.

Case Studies


Established in 1867, Stepnell remains a family owned construction company, now run by the fifth-generation owners. Proud of its heritage, it is a traditional business with a low staff turnover and a significant amount of ...

Case Studies

Sheffield City Council

Causeway (formerly ECL), embarked on a project to replace the Division's outdated Local Transport Plan (LTP) monitoring system.