In 2013, NBS produced our first international BIM report. In it, we examined the attitudes towards BIM across countries to see how each compares. We uncovered adoption rates and… read full article
BIM has been billed as an opportunity for architects to reclaim some of our lost ground. However if the profession doesn’t engage fully and quickly it may represent the possibility of being further marginalised… read full article
There was a strong NBS presence at the fourth annual BIM Show Live 2014. This year the location was Manchester as the UK’s largest BIM event moved up from London.
The traditional opening addresses were from BIM Show Live founder Rob Charlton and UK Government’s BIM Task Group’s David Philp; both commented on how far the industry had moved in three years and spoke with optimism about the future of digital information, processes and technology… read full article
The lifespan of specifications is increasing as they link to digital drawings and become more integral to Building Information Models according to the latest Specification Survey & Report published by NBS.
65% of respondents agree that in the future a specification will have a life as long as its building, whilst 75% believe they… read full article
Results of the latest National BIM Survey, released this week by NBS, suggest the industry is at a tipping point with BIM moving from niche practice to a process adopted – at least for some projects – by the majority, says NBS head of research Adrian Malleson.
The headline finding from the survey of more than 1,000 respondents, half of them architects or architectural technologists, was that… read full article
BRE is now providing a BIM Level 2 Training and Certification Pathway, to help construction professionals develop the necessary skills to meet the BIM challenge and new ways of working.
The Government’s BIM Strategy requires the delivery of BIM Level 2 using set process standards such as PAS1192-2:2013, which identifies specific roles to facilitate the delivery of information, namely an Information Manager (project or task) and a Project Delivery Manager…. read full article
014 is a very important year in terms of BIM. The BIM Task Group has gone so far as to declare it ‘the year of Level 2 BIM’. In simple terms, Level 2 is moving from being a ‘project’ to being a ‘solution’. Hence, industry needs to incorporate the processes that will make BIM a reality… read full article and apply