Our weekly round-up of relevant news for the BIM centric… BIM SALARY UPDATE Mike Johnson from JohnsonBIM helps clarify what skill sets are in demand and what the future might hold if all goes well… read more here. […]
#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 […]
#37 – A helping hand… Photograph by Akil Mazumder from Pexels. Role models are an essential part of our lives and our careers, they’re an aspect of progression that is often overlooked. When I say role model I do not […]
#35 – The personnel standard… Photo by James Wheeler from Pexels. I’m moving away from viruses in this post (be it computer or Corona type) and getting back to BIM. On several occasions I’ve discussed, separately, the enormous array of […]
#13 – How credible…? Photo source unknown. Post #13, this may be unlucky. Today’s topic is accreditation and I’m really hoping this one sparks a debate, or an argument, I don’t mind either way. To clarify, i’m talking about the […]
#9 – Learning to climb… Photo by Riccardo Bresciana from Pexels Building a career is by no means a simple task, especially when the path you need to take isn’t clear. Nowhere is this more relevant in the industry than […]
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