Specification is an essential part of the design process. A badly
written specification can cause major problems for every member of the
project team, and can cost the client a great deal of money. A well
written specification can enhance project delivery and save money.
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As part of our series of case studies, we look at how Sheffield City Council used our specification product NBS Building on the multi-million pound redevelopment of the city's Botanical Gardens and its plans to implement NBS Create. read more ... 'Case study: Sheffield's Botanical Gardens'
Liverpool Central Library and Archive reopened to the public in May 2013 after a £50 million refurbishment that took almost three years. read more ... 'Case study: Liverpool Central Library'
BIM involves generating a visual model of a building which also manages data about it, at the design stage, throughout the construction phase and during its working life. read more ... 'What is BIM?'
Leading voices from some of the major UK construction institutions and organizations give their thoughts on the road towards Level 2 BIM ... read more ... on 'Cross-industry support for Level 2 BIM'
The fifth part of an ongoing series, this month looks at conducting a risk analysis, and beginning to make a business case for BIM implementation ... read more ... on 'Are you BIM ready? What your business needs to do before 2016 (Part 3)'
Want to know more about the development of the NBS BIM Toolkit? Read our story so far ... read more ... on 'NBS BIM Toolkit: The development story so far'
In direct response to the feedback received so far, we released an update on 7 May 2015 which includes additional information and functionality. read more ... on 'Latest update to the NBS BIM Toolkit public beta'
Architecture schools are not equipping students for the realities of life in practice according to a major new survey undertaken by RIBA Appointments. read more ... on 'Architectural graduates lack the knowledge to build what they design says survey'