We round-up articles focussing on the latest research surveys.
19 November 2015
| by NBS
NBS has revealed the results of its third major survey into construction contracts and related legal issues - the NBS National Construction Contracts and Law Survey 2015.
UK housebuilders remain optimistic despite the problem of finding suitable candidates to fill new and existing positions according to a new survey by Lloyds Commercial Banking Group.
The fifth NBS National BIM Report - the industry's most comprehensive report on BIM – looks at how UK building design professionals are adapting to the use of BIM.
We live in a world defined by standards - we take a look at their impact and advantages with emphasis on practical examples.
We explore the top five reasons cited by those organisations who haven’t yet made the move to Level 2 BIM cited in the NBS National BIM Report 2014.
Four points from the NBS National BIM Report 2014 provide an insight into how BIM is used and perceived within the industry.
The fourth NBS National BIM Report - the industry's most comprehensive report on BIM – looks at how UK building design professionals are adapting to the use of BIM.
The first International BIM Survey, carried out by NBS and international partners, has revealed that UK consultants who do not adopt Building Information Modelling (BIM) could struggle to secure overseas work.
Jenny Dobson rounds up findings from the NBS Specification Survey and introduces the NBS Specification Report 2013.
The sixth in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This time, subsidence.
A summary of findings from the NBS National Construction Contracts and Law Survey 2013 and a free download of the full report.
We report back on your views as to how well amendments to the Construction Act are taking to bed down.