• 11/10/2016

    Business Information Modelling (BIM)

    Less documentation, more information

    The Government Construction Strategy was published by the Cabinet office on 31 May 2011. The report announced the Government’s intention to require: collaborative 3D BIM (with all project and asset information, documentation and data being electronic) on its projects by 2016.

    BIM-enabled working allows this information to be shared by different project part…


    Brexit and the construction industry

    On the 23rd June 2016 the UK went to polls to vote in the EU Referendum. The result of `Leave` (or Brexit) came as a surprise to many people and led to the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron.

    But what happens now, and how will it affect the construction industry?

    A survey by Smith & Williamson recently found that only 15% of construction executives favoured a UK exit from the European…(more)

    Overcoming Construction Collaboration Resistance

    “Always do what you’ve always done”

    In today’s construction environment it is becoming best practice to use online construction collaboration software that all interested parties can access regardless of where they are in the world. There is, however, still an element of resistance in introducing new ways of working.

    Whilst the savings can be demonstrated in terms of cost, …


    Collaborating on construction projects

    As a project manager you're more than aware that collaborating with a large team of people on a construction project can be compared to herding cats!

    Of course there are factors outside of your control; the weather for example and supply shortages.

    Pulling together a wide range of personalities, from architects to engineers who may not have worked together before is a real challenge. As the project…


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