Anthony Lymath

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Award-winning architect and a former Technical Author for NBS.

Anthony Lymath is an award winning architect and a former Technical Author for NBS.

Beginning his career at Foster & Partners, he has run his own practice and worked in New Zealand on the Christchurch earthquake rebuild. 

He has written numerous articles for theNBS.com and other publications, on subjects as diverse as climate change, BIM and construction technology.

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13 August 2015 | by

2016 will see the mandatory use of Level 2 BIM on all public-funded projects. In this 10 part series we explore how your business can become BIM-ready. This time, strategic planning for implementation (part two).

30 July 2015 | by

2016 will see the mandatory use of Level 2 BIM on all public-funded projects. In this 10 part series we explore how your business can become BIM-ready. This time, strategic planning for implementation (part one).

23 July 2015 | by

2016 will see the mandatory use of Level 2 BIM on all public-funded projects. In this 10 part series we explore how your business can become BIM-ready. This time, changes required to your existing business (part two).

01 May 2015 | by

2016 will see the mandatory use of Level 2 BIM on all public-funded projects. In this 10 part series we explore how your business can become BIM-ready. This month, changes required to your existing business (part one).

01 April 2015 | by

2016 will see the mandatory use of Level 2 BIM on all public-funded projects. In this 10 part series we explore how your business can become BIM-ready. This time, risk analysis and beginning to make a business case for BIM implementation.

01 March 2015 | by

2016 will see the mandatory use of Level 2 BIM on all public-funded projects. In this 10 part series we explore how your business can become BIM-ready. This time, risk analysis.

01 February 2015 | by

U-values measure how effective a material is an insulator. We look in detail at terminology and core concepts when it comes to thermal performance.

01 February 2015 | by

2016 will see the mandatory use of Level 2 BIM on all public-funded projects. In this 10 part series we explore how your business can become BIM-ready. This time, creating a business audit (part two).

01 January 2015 | by

We review the risks to both property and construction activities, how to reduce those risks, and what to do in the event of wind damage.

01 January 2015 | by

2016 will see the mandatory use of Level 2 BIM on all public-funded projects. In this 10 part series we explore how your business can become BIM-ready. This time, creating a business audit (part one).

01 December 2014 | by
Last amended on 31 August 2017

If only there was a list of the 20 key BIM terms you need to know - something that could cut through the sheer volumes of new technical terms and keywords and cherrypick just those essentials with some nice supporting definitions... Oh wait, here it is...

01 December 2014 | by

Despite their seeming simplicity, the design of a car park on multiple levels – whether above ground or below – involves the consideration of a number of significant requirements.

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