Introduction This blog explores four areas regarding Building Information Modelling (BIM) education. These include; responsibility for training, current practice and how can it be improved, advocacy both within organisations and in the industry, and responsibility to meet challenges of BIM … Continue reading Building Information Modelling (#BIM) education exploration
This blog discusses the BIM Task Group recommendation that the project lead or design team leader may be the most appropriate individual for the role for Information Manager. The role of the Information Manager is defined specifically within the Construction Industry … Continue reading Is a Project Manager right for the role of an Information Manager? #BIM discussion
This blog recognises that Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a fundamental change to a construction industry which has not progressed significantly in line with other industries in relation to productivity. There are two sections to this post which includes; how can … Continue reading #BIM, construction clients, #socialmedia, @theb1m and #bimregions discussed #ukbimcrew
The question of this blog asks; what methodologies can be established or maintained by Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) practitioners to ensure effective management and eventual transfer of digital information through design, construct, operations and maintenance phases? It is argued … Continue reading Methodologies for #AEC practitioners to transfer & maintain digital information #BIM
This blog explores three areas how will Construction Operations Building; information exchange (COBie) be delivered in practice, how can we avoid inadequate content or COBie deliverables being abandoned, and how does the industry ensure IFC and COBie are integral to how the … Continue reading #COBie and #IFC implementation thoughts #bimthoughts
Note: Post was written pre-Brexit and Farmer Review, although both developments support the points below. Introduction This post answers to four areas regarding Building Information Modelling (BIM) education. These include; responsibility for training, current practice and how can it be improved, … Continue reading Addressing the #BIM skills gap and education – Whose responsibility is it?
This article asks for three questions to be answered; the first part asks whether the government should be creating and managing a 3-D digital survey of the built environment, the second part asks what uses could be derived from it and third part asks who will benefit from this. Recently Geographic Information Systems have been used “to read and analyse map data”, this has been recorded as 2D information over the last ten years (Ordnance Survey, 2015). However, government departments currently record geographic data as layers that could include 3 data and the complexities of topography with geographic information systems … Continue reading 3D #GIS and #BIM – benefits and complexities