We round-up articles focussing on all aspects of classification and the development of various classification systems.
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Working digitally to a standard process will help transform the construction industry. This article is an adaption of a recent presentation on the main stage of Autodesk University London taking an in-depth look into this topic.
In early 2018, Multiplex internally mandated the use of BIM and digital construction on all new projects, regardless of client requirements. We decided that this level of commitment was the only way to deliver our projects in the most efficient, safe and timely manner.
The ninth NBS National BIM Report is now available. Read the latest on the state of BIM, representing the views of nearly 1,000 industry professionals.
The PAS 1192 series of standards and, subsequently, the ISO 19650 series of standards define the need to have a common data environment (CDE) for collecting, managing and disseminating information throughout BIM projects.
13 February 2019
| by NBS
The January 2019 Update has changes to 4 tables in response to user requests.
Paul Shillcock, co-author of PAS 1192-2 and author of ISO 19650-2 and the UK National Annex, answers your questions on ISO 19650.
Ben Highfield, Surface Product Manager at Microsoft UK, discusses how putting people at the centre of your digitisation strategy is vital.
01 February 2019
| by NBS
Our first Construction Technology Report, mapping the views, practices and adoption of new technologies across the industry.
Paul Shillcock, co-author of PAS 1192-2 and author of ISO 19650-2 and the UK National Annex visited us in January 2019 to discuss all things ISO 19650.
Paul Shillcock, co-author of PAS 1192-2 and author of ISO 19650-2 and the UK National Annex, talks to us about the journey to ISO 19650.
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.