We round-up articles focussing on all aspects of classification and the development of various classification systems.
Find out more about Uniclass 2015.
Arguably the biggest external factor influencing the construction industry is the world’s rising population. A recent World Economic Forum publication on the future of construction reported that the population of the world’s urban areas is increasing by 200 000 people per day.
Phil Simpson takes a look back at the last 12 month with BIM Alliance and pulls out his top take aways for 2018.
28 November 2018
| by NBS
The October 2018 Update has changes to 5 tables in response to user requests.
10 September 2018
| by NBS
The August 2018 Update has changes to nine tables in response to user requests.
Uniclass 2015 is a dynamic classification for the construction industry. Our latest update is of particular benefit to construction industry professionals working in the rail and water sectors.
20 March 2017
| by Sarah Delany
Last amended on
26 April 2019
Uniclass 2015 is a unified classification for the UK industry covering all construction sectors. It contains consistent tables classifying items of all scale from a facility such as a railway down through to products such as a CCTV camera in a railway station.
At NBS we are committed to supporting open standards for BIM. Furthermore, we have been one of the most active organisations in the UK involved in developing these standards and encouraging their use. Here we explore just what that means in practice.
NBS is on course to deliver a BIM Toolkit ahead of the 2016 deadline for the use of Level 2 BIM on public sector projects. Here, we round-up what has happened so far and take a look at what you can expect when the service launches.
As part of the series of BITESized talks at the RIBA Village auditorium at Ecobuild 2013, Dr Stephen Hamil of RIBA Enterprises discusses the NBS National BIM Library.