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22 December 2016 | by

Check out the latest BIM books with our essential BIM reading list and get a sneaky peek at the titles set to be published in the coming months.

21 September 2016 | by

Here in an exclusive extract from Tall Buildings - A Strategic Design Guide (2nd Edition) from RIBA Publishing we explore the application and value of BIM in the execution stage of a construction project.

19 July 2016 | by

We round up a host of new and upcoming books focussing on both the underpinning theory and practicalities of implementing a BIM approach.

29 October 2015 | by

In this exclusive extract from The BIM Management Handbook by David Shepherd, published by NBS, the author examines the practicalities of aligning BIM strategy with a client's own asset management strategy.

01 October 2014 | by

In an extract from BIM in Small Practices we explore sources of information and support across the BIM community.

01 June 2014 | by

Stefan Mordue looks at proposed changes to the Construction Design and Management Regulations (CDM).

01 June 2013 | by

John Gelder, Head of content development and sustainability, contributed a chapter on BIM and FM to the new guide, BIM for the terrified. This article is an extended version of that chapter.

01 June 2013 | by

What measures can you take to improve energy consumption in new and old buildings. David Clarke, author of What colour is your building?, explores some options.

01 June 2013 | by

BIM for the Terrified is a guide to Building Information Modelling (BIM). Its aim is to provide a good understanding of BIM, explain how BIM has evolved over the years and reasons behind the Government's drive to adopt BIM.

01 April 2011 | by

In this exclusive extract from Sustainable Buildings: The Client's Role, we we highlight how a client's commitment to sustainability is crucial to the long-term impact of a project.

01 February 2011 | by

An extract from TRADA Technology's new best practice guide, Low energy timber frame buildings: designing for high performance.

01 July 2010 | by

In this exclusive extract from Sustainable concrete architecture by David Bennett, we describe general approaches to embodied carbon dioxide in building materials, and the dynamic thermal response of high thermal mass buildings.

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