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PAS 1192-2

We round-up a range of articles looking at PAS 1192-2 - one of the series of documents released by the government BIM Task Group as part of the legal framework for the adoption of BIM.

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10 May 2018 | by

The annual NBS National BIM Report is now recognised as one of the industry’s most comprehensive reviews into the use of BIM. In this eighth report, we glean an insight into the achievements and challenges of the industry two years on from the BIM Mandate.

02 May 2018 | by

We've found a few stimulating titles that'll exercise your mind whilst keeping you off those pesky emails 

26 March 2018 | by

What are the main causes of injury, illness and death in the construction industry - and how can we avoid them?

02 October 2017 | by

We explore how data comes together on a design and construction project to form what is, at first, a model of design intent, and eventually evolves to become a virtual construction model. 

11 September 2017 | by

The PAS 1192 framework sets out the requirements for the level of model detail (the graphical content), model information (non-graphical content, such as specification data), model definition (its meaning) and model information exchanges.

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 June 2014 | by

Simon Lewis assesses the true impact of BIM on asset management with particular regard to existing assets that need to be managed, maintained and refurbished.

01 June 2013 | by

PAS 1192-2 came into effect on 28 February 2013, with the intention that it will facilitate the adoption of BIM level 2 in projects. We provide an overview  of the document and plans for future development.