NEW WEBSITE NOW LAUNCHED!

Evolve Consultancy is pleased to announce that our website has been refreshed, rebuilt and relaunched today. It has been redesigned to improve navigation, optimised for mobile devices, and access [...]

NIGEL & DANIEL PREACHING TO THE MASSES AT BIM SHOW LIVE 2018

The BIM Show Live is “an unmissable BIM experience” over two days featuring “a series of keynotes, panel, and interactive seminar sessions from BIM and digital construction experts from across [...]

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR THE NEXT STEP IN YOUR BIM CAREER? WE’RE HIRING!

If you are ready to take the next step in your BIM career, we’re ready to hear from you. Evolve is employed to help companies implement new technologies and working methods, and support project [...]

PAS1192-6 OVERVIEW

PAS1192-6 provides guidance on how Health & Safety information is generated and flows throughout the project and asset lifecycle progressively from the outset in order to: Provide a safer and [...]

ISO19650 PART 1 & 2 OVERVIEW

The ISO19650 Organisation of Information about construction works – information management using building information modelling is divided in two parts: ISO19650-1: Concepts and Principles Sets [...]

CAN’T EXECUTE A BEP? MAYBE YOU SHOULD BE EXEC…

Another great read from our Director, Nigel Davies, looking at the importance of a BIM Execution Plan and how it should be collaborative, not prescriptive: [...]

Where’s My Yacht?

Writing for BIM+, Nigel discusses the cost of “doing BIM” and whether the old addage “you get what you pay for” is [...]

The NBS Toolkit: a first look review

“It’s getting somewhere”, these are the words that are coming to mind when testing the new and official NBS Toolkit. I must admit, I was a little sceptical at yet another NBS venture as it’s all [...]

THE IMPORTANCE OF A BIM EXECUTION PLAN

Everything about BIM seems entirely straightforward for those “in the know” yet utterly confusing for those trying to understand. For those making the first steps into BIM, you may be encouraged [...]

What is “Stonehenge Syndrome”?

Of all the challenges we face and hurdles to overcome in implementing BIM, there is one that is becoming more and more prevalent, one that seems to be raised more often than any other. It doesn’t [...]

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