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Finding the right path on your BIM journey

BIM is one of the most coordinated advancements in digital construction, helping to deliver more ambitious and demanding projects in an evolving industry.

The Reality of Digital Construction

There has been a lot of discussion, (including from myself) about how construction is becoming aligned with more digitally advanced industries – but what does that look like on the ground through the construction lifecycle?

Digital Construction – why should it matter to you?

Digitalisation has begun to change how we fundamentally construct the physical world. New technologies are altering how we plan, design, construct and even maintain our built environment.

BIM advice for clients

On many occasions I am asked by client organisations the following question: “In the course of your dialogues with many of the exemplar BIM enabled clients worldwide, what are the top 3 things we need ...

Unknown. 2008. Computer program. Museum of Middle Eastern Modern Art, Dubai. The picture how complex architecture is becoming and designs are free flowing.

Influences of 4-D BIM on Abstract/Modern Architecture

We examine how the use of 4-D in Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a significant tool of the future. The use of this new technology allows project managers to manage projects, contractors, and other areas ...

 Level 4 BIM - Design by Intelligent Data (image by www.gbca.com)

Level 4 BIM - Design by Intelligent Data

By data mining and applying algorithms, buildings can be designed through Level 4 BIM that will be more attuned to communities and their desires and demands. It will become rapid, semi-automated design, with buildings being ...

MTB

Client Mandated BIM Requirements for Tender and Construction

The Midfield Terminal Building of the Abu Dhabi Airport (MTB-ADIA) is a $3billion, 700,000-sqm development, providing a terminal building with passenger and cargo facilities, duty-free shops and restaurants for a total capacity of 27-40 million ...

When the Silos Come Tumbling Down

How much forethought is given to all the data and information needed to manage a building? The answer many times would be a little forethought and a lot of afterthought