National BIM Report 2016 articles
NBS published the 2016 National BIM Report (the sixth such study) in April 2016.
You can download your full, free copy of the report – 60 pages packed with this year’s National BIM Survey findings and an unrivalled range of insight and expertise when it comes to BIM implementation - right now. (You can access previous years' reports here.)
Articles that feature in this year's report can be found below.
Stefan Mordue introduces a playful take on Dmitri Mendeleev's classic table of elements in this introduction to the Periodic Table of BIM, published in the National BIM Report 2016.
We gaze into the future to understand how the construction industry will evolve, learn and create opportunities in the years ahead.
The successful delivery of the Government Construction Strategy (GCS) Level 2 BIM objectives represents ‘an internationally unparalleled achievement on the journey towards the digitalisation of the built environment sector’.
Adam Matthews, Chairman of the EU BIM Task Group and Head of International for the UK BIM Task Group, shares the latest on collaborative efforts to champion an aligned European approach to developing a world-class digital construction sector.
Andrew Moulds, an associate at Mott MacDonald, shares his experience of the firm's journey towards meeting the demands of the Level 2 BIM mandate.
Dr Anne Kemp explores the increasing convergence of geospatial and BIM technologies and approaches.
NBS/ RIBA Enterprises CEO Richard Waterhouse introduces the National BIM Report 2016, the sixth NBS study into UK adoption and awareness of Building Information Modelling (BIM).