#47 – BIM is for the Journey… Photograph by Pixabay of Pexels. To appreciate any benefit of the implementation of BIM on a project, you really have to do it from the start. Sure, you can try to ‘retro-fit’ BIM […]
#46 – Back to the old, or forward… Photograph by Daria Shevtsova from Pexels. We’re now several months into the Covid-19 crisis and I image that, to many of us, ‘normal’ is a relative term. What did we used to […]
#45 – Getting contractual… Photograph by Pixabay from Pexels. Smith is back! After a few weeks down the rabbit hole, finally we’re back in business. Today’s topic will partly explain why I’ve been missing… Something that is certainly not atop […]
#44 – Will it change us… Photograph by Alexas Fotos from Pexels. Whilst we continue to be stuck in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, it doesn’t hurt to start thinking about the future; in fact, this may be one […]
#43 – A hopeless assessment… Photograph by Pixabay from Pexels. The theme recently has been the individuals of our industry; who the people are, what the people do and how we assess competency in order to improve the prospects of […]
#42 – Model delivery and IFC… Photograph by Jaime Flores from Pexels. More often than not, the model deliverable for a ‘BIM project’ is IFC. As the platform-neutral schema that it is, it makes good sense that IFC is required, […]
#41 – Timeliness of Asset Data… Photograph by Juhasz Imre from Pexels. Some time ago, in post #6, I discussed COBie in a reasonable amount of detail. My point was that the Academics of our industry were busy bleating on […]
#40 – Using time wisely… Photograph by Skitterphoto from Pexels. Isolation almost seems like old news at this point; 2 weeks in and it’s already feeling somewhat normal. I’ve started to forget what face-to-face meetings are really like, my slipper-clad […]
#39 – People remember… Photograph by Marc Mueller from Pexels. The current global situation is entirely unprecedented, something that none of us will have ever experienced before. As I discussed in the previous post (#38), this will certainly be putting […]
#38 – Isolation… Photograph by Magda Ehlers from Pexels. With the Governments daily announcements upping the anti, it seems as though the Covid-19 crisis is going to get far worse before it gets better; there are certainly challenging times ahead […]
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