Introduction The blog asks whether there is a preferred standard form of contract that can be used in accordance with Building Information Modelling (BIM) and whether any existing contract type can be used. The context of contracts and options will … Continue reading Is there a preferred standard form of contract that can be used with #BIM? One option explored.
This blog looks at Building Information Modelling (BIM) object naming standards information. In addition to this how this information is then structured with the object, i.e. embedded or linked, is also examined. This is by no means comprehensive and further … Continue reading Exploring #BIM object naming #standards – A discussion for debate
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?
Enjoyed this recent discussion regarding the definition of verification and validation held on the 30.10.16 on Twitter. I have placed an ‘A’ next to author of tweet. It appears that Graham Stewart has the final definitive word due to the … Continue reading #BIM validation vs verification – who can validate and who can verify?