#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 […]
#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 […]
#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 […]
#31 – An empty promise… Photograph by Casey Allen from Pexels. Something I experience time and time again, particularly from a contractors point of view, are empty promises and hollow assertions from consultants and contractors. In order to win work […]
#23 – Consulting for clients… Photo by Miguel A. Padrinan from Pexels The construction industry is now awash with BIM Consultants; from sole traders to large, multi-national consultancy firms – there are more than just a few to choose from. […]
#22 – A united front… Photo by Fauxels of Pexels As I’ve said several times before (Post #21 in particular), AEC is a team effort. It requires a wide range of teams to successfully deliver a project from concept to […]
#21 – Too many cooks… Photo by Christina Morillo from Pexels. Probably the most contentious issue in the AEC industry is the sheer number of people and/or entities that have to be involved in everything. Nothing is simple, no single […]
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