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May 2019

In our April blog we gave you an insight into the differing levels of BIM. Of Level 3 we said that it “uses a single, shared project view for data integration, which all parties can access and modify as allowed through process and security controls”. BIM Level 3 is the goal for the construction industry. Its main point is the attainment of full integration of project information in a...

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May 2019

In May 2018 the ICE (Institute of Civil Engineers) published an information sheet on BIM and its applications and benefits in the civils sector. A year later, use of BIM by consulting civil engineers is still only on a minority of projects. For civil engineers who regularly work with architects or structural engineers, BIM may already be part of their suite of tools. For those designing...

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April 2019

The Government Construction Strategy sets out a plan to increase productivity in public sector construction delivering £1.7 billion worth of efficiencies by 2020. Building Information Modelling (BIM) is an important part of the strategy and is helping to increase productivity and collaboration through technological innovation.

As one of a range of tools that will be used to digitise the...

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