Tag Archive: BIM

May 06 2015

Is your built asset talking to you?

Internet of things

Big Data is a topic that is increasingly prominent at construction industry events and it is undeniable that the construction, real estate and infrastructure industries are becoming more data centric.  This can been seen in the way we increasingly find ourselves talking about sharing data rather than files, document or drawings.  How this data is …

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Apr 16 2015

Not all CDEs are created equal

CDE Image

The hype around BIM continues at pace, with the UK Government’s mandate of achieving Level 2 BIM on all central government projects by 2016 fast approaching. We frequently engage with project teams that have been asked to implement ‘BIM’ on both public sector and private sector schemes, without any real objectives of what needs to …

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Apr 02 2015

A Common Data Environment for BIM

BIM Show Live

With a year to go until the UK Government deadline for use of BIM Level 2, combined with growing private sector uptake, the BIM challenge is becoming very real.  Asset owners, contractors and consultants alike are wrestling with the challenge of adopting and implementing new working practices and processes in order to meet their obligations …

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Mar 25 2015

Lean into construction

Lean Construction

Recently we have talked a lot about BIM, and with the deadline for the BIM Level 2 Mandate looming it can be easy to forget that it is a milestone on a much longer journey of improvement for the industry.  Waste and inefficiency have been perennial problems in just about every country’s construction industry, and …

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Mar 11 2015

Getting to Level 2 – The 10 BIM things you should know

10 BIM Things

As the industry moves towards the ability to deliver projects to BIM Level 2, there is a broad spread of knowledge levels, from those with no knowledge to those who consider themselves experts.

A study conducted by CONJECT indicating that the AEC industry and Asset Owners can be split fairly evenly into those that indicate …

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Dec 10 2014

2014 construction, real estate and infrastructure industry roundup

UK Construction 2014

As we near the end of 2014, it is worth reflecting on the advances we’ve seen in the UK construction, real estate and infrastructure sector during the year, covering both technology and market changes.

Information Technology becomes integral to the construction sector?

If you work in the UK construction industry, the conversation has been …

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Dec 04 2014

BIM expert joins CONJECT

Ulrich Hartmann

CONJECT’s commitment to providing software solutions that assist the whole asset lifecycle through BIM and soft landings is evidenced in the creation of new BIM Expert role for AEC industry expert and soon to be PhD – Ulrich Hartmann.

We are excited by the addition of a dedicated BIM specialist, and he will be a …

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Nov 05 2014

6 Challenges of BIM Adoption

BIM Model

At the recent round of recent industry conferences; ICE BIM, Fiatech Conference and Construction News Summit, there was a generally robust confidence amongst the AEC, infrastructure and real estate industries.  There was also a genuine appetite for innovation, amid increasing evidence that BIM and Soft Landings principles are seeping into the day-to-day business practices of …

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Oct 01 2014

Construction market outlook for 2015-2016

GDP & Construction Output

Even a cautious count of the number of cranes across a city’s horizon is enough to tell you that construction in many UK urban areas is increasing, with clients investing in new projects and resurrecting some of those that were on-hold. With the New Year fast approaching, we thought it would be timely to look …

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Sep 25 2014

Project Controls credentials showcased at London Expo

Project Control

Project Controls Expo 2014 is set to take place on 18th November at the Emirates Stadium, London.  As a key sponsor of the exhibition, we are able to offer a limited number of free tickets to customers (entry price usually £100 + VAT).

Project Controls Expo is the world’s largest event for Project Control professionals …

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