Places for People is undertaking a UK-wide project to assess the opportunities of Building Information Management (BIM) at scale across its diverse set of operating businesses and across the entire lifecycle of its property assets. The project aims to determine where and how BIM can be of further va
Balfour Beatty has partnered with Leeds Beckett University, White Frog Publishing and Coventry University to create a new, automated solution to tackle challenges faced by the construction industry in adopting Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology. BIM is an intelligent 3D model-based
Construction businesses in Scotland can now boost their BIM knowledge without leaving the office, thanks to Construction Scotland Innovation Centre’s free new e-learning platform. Launched as part of CSIC’s renewed BIM in Practice programme, the platform will host six e-learning modules and prov
Melanie Robinson A proactive student is looking for anyone who currently works in the UK construction industry, both adopters and non-adopters of BIM, to participate in a survey to aid her postgraduate research.
Karen Manning and Lynda Ross answer in the affirmative the question: can a court compel a consultant to provide access to design data stored on a BIM platform pending resolution of a dispute over payment? A £55 million power station was to be built in the Falkland Islands. During the tender period,
Design, construction and property professionals can now access the UK’s first timber frame Building Information Modelling (BIM) library, after a successful 12-month project by Stewart Milne Timber Systems. The library has been developed by the company with the support of the CITB through its innov
Construction and infrastructure-focused partnership hub South West hosted a Building Information Modelling (BIM) conference today to bring all parties involved in its construction projects up to speed on the new regulations. The event at the Fenwick Hotel near Kilmarnock covered the impending legisl
BAM celebrates the Kitemark achievement Six contractors have become the first organisations in the world to achieve a new Kitemark for BIM (Building Information Modelling) launched yesterday by the business standards company BSI.
Leanne McMillan BRE Scotland’s sustainable development and accreditation director, Leanne McMillan, is to address delegates at Scotland Build 2016 tomorrow to highlight the impending deadline when BIM regulations become mandatory on public sector contracts.
David Philp, chair of the SFT Scottish BIM Delivery Group and UK BIM Task Group, with Bill Robertson, executive chairman of Robertson Robertson Group has received accreditation on the UK government BIM Level 2 certification scheme ahead of schedule.
Paul Tunstall With the Scottish Government aiming to adopt a BIM Level 2 approach across public sector projects by April 2017, Paul Tunstall, associate at architectural practice HLM is to illustrate how BIM theory can give competitive advantages to companies in Scotland at a conference in Edinburgh