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Periodic Table of BIM series

ptobtablenew_1500Our Periodic Table of BIM is your at-a-glance guide to the steps you need to take to ensure a successful BIM implementation.

Taking its inspiration from the periodic table of elements, our table presents all the main elements of BIM in an easy-to-follow, visual reference – ideal for printing or sharing. Here we round up articles focussing on the table and its groupings.

 

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01 July 2016 | by
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Introducing an even-easier way to navigate through our Periodic Table of BIM...

24 May 2016 | by

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.

17 May 2016 | by
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Periodic table of BIM - We explore the DIGITAL PLAN OF WORK grouping - documenting delivery stages across a project and the relevant level of detail and definition each participant should be working towards.

10 May 2016 | by
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Periodic table of BIM - We explore the RESOURCES grouping and provide some practical pointers to a range of help at every step of your BIM implementation journey.

04 May 2016 | by
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Periodic table of BIM - We explore the ENABLING TOOLS grouping which contains the tools responsible for bringing your Building Information Modelling deliverables to life. They’ll help build up a range of graphical, non-graphical and associated project documentation throughout the lifespan of your project.

21 April 2016 | by
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Periodic table of BIM - We explore the STANDARDS grouping, which focusses on a range of standards, procedures and supplementary documents that have been developed to 'bake in' the kinds of considerations and assurances that will help you devise a successful BIM strategy.

14 April 2016 | by
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Periodic table of BIM - We explore the TECHNOLOGY grouping. What do you need to consider when thinking about software, hardware (and appropriate training), not to mention the file storage required for your new digital files.There's much to think about when establishing BIM infrastructure.

05 April 2016 | by
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Periodic table of BIM - We explore the PEOPLE grouping. Often overlooked, the people element of your BIM strategy is actually pretty fundamental. Only by having a committed set of individuals who communicate and collaborate well, bringing the right mix of skills to the task in hand can you expect to achieve what you've set out to do.

30 March 2016 | by
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Periodic table of BIM - We explore the PROCESS grouping which uses the Information Delivery Cycle from PAS 1192:2 to provide a logical framework for the production of pertinent information across the whole building lifecycle.

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Periodic table of BIM - We explore the COLLABORATION grouping and look at things to consider when developing better and more efficient ways of working to fully benefit from the coordinated information that lies at the heart of BIM.

17 March 2016 | by
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Periodic table of BIM - We explore the FOUNDATIONS grouping and look at what to consider when establishing the bedrock of efficient systems for communication, information exchange and data transfer.

10 March 2016 | by
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Periodic table of BIM - We explore the table in more detail starting with BIM STRATEGY.

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