Innovate UK has awarded a £1m contract to RIBA Enterprises to develop a prototype digital tool that is set to transform the procurement of buildings and infrastructure at home and abroad.
Free to use, the tool will exploit the standards being made publicly available for Building Information Modelling (BIM). Regarded as a ‘game-changer’, BIM involves the sharing of three-dimensional data and associated asset information by all responsible for the design, construction and operation of buildings and infrastructure… read full article
The CIOB has published a new BIM-enabled edition of its best-selling Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development, the fifth since it was originally published in 1992… read full article
NBS, owned by RIBA Enterprises, has been awarded the £1m contract to develop an online checking system that will verify whether BIM models contain the right level of data that clients will need at each phase of the project… read full article
The AEC (UK) committee has announced their intentions to update and expand the AEC (UK) BIM documents in line with the initiatives that are taking place in the UK construction industry. The widespread adoption of the AEC (UK) work, an… read full article
In 2012, the UK BIM Task Group recommended the development of a learning framework that encouraged the industry’s procurement and delivery of training and education courses to grow capacity and capability of BIM Level 2 in the UK market.
In early 2013 the Task Group developed, with the support of the BIM Academic Forum and other key industry stakeholders, an initial version of the Learning Outcomes Framework (LOF). This ‘beta’ version of the LOF version 1 was developed prior to the release of the main foundation documents of BIM Level 2, which were published between May 2013 and October 2014… read full article
Answer: Because the end clients do.
Quite few things is about to change in a nearest future.
The report, a compilation of essays authored by BIM2050 work stream leads, is the result of the group’s research into what an interdisciplinary scope of work may look like as construction technology develops to BIM Level 3 and beyond, towards 2050. It provides an assessment of the current situation and makes proposals for future development. The focus of the report rests on three key areas – education and skills, technology and process and the culture of integration. It highlights the risks and challenges, and the opportunities and benefits that come with large scale innovation and game changing new technologies… read full article