COLUMN: THE BIM BRIEF

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 to hear that even those experts you meet who are happily BIMming away also run into problems.

25th of January 2016

PAS1192-3:2014 overview

PAS1192-3:2014 is the “specification for information management during the operational phase of assets using BIM” (Opex, or Operational Expenditure).

13th of August 2015

LOD = LOD + LOI

 

Level of Development doesn't offer enough flexibility alone. Nigel considers this month whether LOD needs expanding...

31st of October 2014

THE REALITY OF BIM

A personal experiment into the readiness of the general construction industry

28th of March 2014

A BIM PERSPECTIVE

BIM is not CAD? Nigel argues that it is exactly CAD...

6th of March 2013

BIM, CLASSIFIED

Common language is the foundation of good communication. Nigel looks at how BIM objects can/should/aren't named, and the effect Uniclass v2 might have on this...

1st of February 2013

ADDRESSING THE 5 MOST IMPORTANT BIM QUESTIONS

To start 2013 as we mean to go on, we thought it was time for us to address the 5 most common questions about BIM. Everything you read is invaluable advice and if followed will ensure you can BIM...

3rd of January 2013

STATING YOUR CAPABILITES

Understanding what your company is capable of delivering is critical in a BIM environment. You might know, but do your senior designers? Your management? Your customers?

1st of November 2012

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