Anthony Lymath

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

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

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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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

We explore the top five reasons cited by those organisations who haven’t yet made the move to Level 2 BIM cited in the NBS National BIM Report 2014.

01 November 2014 | by
Last amended on 07 September 2017

We examine in detail the ‘hard hat’ – or ‘safety helmet’ – an essential item of safety equipment.

03 June 2014 | by

In the final part of a three part series, Anthony Lymath explores number of measures that can be taken to minimise both the risks and impact of flood damage, both for new development and for existing buildings. This time, refurbishment and repair.

02 June 2014 | by

In the second of a three part series, Anthony Lymath explores number of measures that can be taken to minimise both the risks and impact of flood damage, both for new development and for existing buildings. This time, flood avoidance strategies for new buildings (continued).

01 June 2014 | by

In the first of a three part series, Anthony Lymath explores number of measures that can be taken to minimise both the risks and impact of flood damage, both for new development and for existing buildings.

08 January 2014 | by

The final part of an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, wind.

07 January 2014 | by

The penultimate part of an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, drought.

06 January 2014 | by

The sixth in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, subsidence.

05 January 2014 | by

The fifth in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, the second part looking at flooding.

04 January 2014 | by

The fourth in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, flooding.

03 January 2014 | by

The third in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, mitigating excess heat.

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