Our industry standard, connected tools and services provide you with specialist information, in an intuitive format that fits with your working practices. We enable you to make informed project decisions collaboratively and more efficiently freeing you up to focus on delivering outstanding projects, which meet BIM Level 2 requirements.
With NBS Create you can produce professional outline, performance and full specifications with architecture, structural, building services and landscape content more efficiently. NBS Create is an essential tool for BIM projects.
With NBS Building you can produce professional specifications more efficiently. Save time and reduce risk by using NBS Building on your projects.
NBS Scheduler allows you to deliver robust schedules of work and reference specification arranged by trades or space for refurbishment, alteration and small new build projects without bills of quantities.
The NBS BIM Toolkit is a free-to-use BIM project management tool that provides step-by-step help to define, manage and validate responsibility for information development and delivery at each stage of the asset lifecycle in Level 2 BIM projects.
The UK’s fastest-growing library of digital product information with thousands of quality manufacturer’s BIM objects meeting the internationally recognised NBS BIM Object Standard.
The Construction Information Service (CIS) is a comprehensive online collection of over 28,000 construction related standards, regulations, technical advice and articles from 500+ publishers.
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Working with the government, institutes, and construction professionals we provide the research, knowledge, processes and tools you need to reap the benefits of BIM.
From just £60+VAT per project, add the NBS specialists to your team and improve your project documentation while saving valuable time.
The annual NBS National BIM Report is now recognised as one of the industry’s most comprehensive reviews into the use of BIM. Now in its seventh year, the latest report is packed with a range of insight and expertise, it gives a snapshot of the changes the industry has been going through since the BIM mandate was implemented in April 2016.
We share the main talking points from our discussions on the future of digital construction at Autodesk University London this week.
Graphene is no longer alone in the world of two-dimensional materials. We look at a new generation of materials that have the potential to revolutionise construction.