I seem to have caused much controversy recently! I have become known for my strong views on interoperability and IFC, yet this is not what is causing most questioning of my views. In fact if anything I am seeing a […]
The thing that gets me out of bed in the morning is the thought of fixing things. When presented with a problem, there is nothing like that anxious feeling of ‘How am I going to work this out?’ and then, […]
There is nothing we like more in construction than a nice glossy strategy and vision. Yesterday’s latest version was launched at the Government Construction Summit yesterday and is called ‘Construction 2025’ and sees a vision and strategy for the future […]
This week has seen a lot of Twitter debate regarding whether BIM content should be generic or specific. For me this is very clear-cut but the reasons for my view are wider and relate to a drive to improve value […]
Olly Thomas BIM Manager at The Design Buro Architects shares how The Design Buro, an SME and independent firm of architects who specialise in healthcare took their first tentative steps in BIM.
One of the holy grails of BIM is the ability to automatically check models against requirements. This will provide huge benefits in terms of both quality of design and efficiency of process. In this article Dr Stephen Hamil looks at […]
The construction industry loves something to have a good moan about. The latest target is COBie. It is little understood in the UK and the reasons for its use are not clear, making it an excellent target for a good […]