There are two key drivers for managing BIM processes collaboratively onsite: Firstly, for years contractors have had difficulty in turning designs into cost effective, high quality, build solutions. The reason for this is that a large part of the construction based on traditional construction processes that are time intensive, prone to inconsistency, inaccuracy, an

14 August 2017

There are several key steps in Collaborative Building Information Modelling (BIM) procurement for clients, and these stem from the central premise that they should « start with the end (of the project lifecycle) in mind. They include: Identifying and prioritizing key BIM assets Defining and developing processes that support each BIM asset

18 July 2017

The need for construction industry regulators to align their processes through collaborative BIM is increasingly evident. Much focus has been given to urge owner operators to identify their requirements, but this emphasis could equally apply to establishing regulatory needs. It is particularly relevant where they are involved in the regulation of related health and sa

20 June 2017

The seminal 1994 “Latham Report,” otherwise known as “Constructing the Team,” reinforced by the 1998 “Egan Report,” otherwise known as “Rethinking Construction,” and more recent 2011 “Government Construction Strategy” investigated the perceived problems in th

23 May 2017