Here’s what we have found most interesting this week…
A CALL TO ARMS
Circulating again to help those in employment uncertainty during this time – why on-demand digital experts will be wanted in a post COVID era. Click here to read more.
ARTICLES OF THE WEEK
A few articles this week inspire confidence in the ‘Great British Bounce Back’:
- Rudi Klein’s open letter to the government emphasises how valuable the construction industry is to the UK economy and how to capitalise on the opportunity for recovery.
- For the career centric, read pbc today’s article on why now the case for digitisation of construction has never been clearer.
- On another positive note, investors are seeing the long term value in major contractors and buying shares again.
BIMBEING: THE JOURNEY
Mr. Smith is back with his latest Psalm #45 – all about contracts and the confusion they can cause!
Follow the full BIMBeing journey here.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“…the one thing that remains consistent over the project lifecycle is the creation of data.“
Richard Corderoy, Managing Director at The Oakland Group
Read the full BIM+ article here on how better harnessing of data can improve project returns.
JOB OF THE WEEK
BIM MANAGER – USA
Early heads up of an exciting opportunity coming up on the west coast with one of our best clients. You will need to be a green card holder though!
This job hasn’t been posted yet. Early birds (with a green card please!) can email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will let you know as soon as the role is live.
EVENTS NEXT WEEK
The final instalment in the DT Hub Digital Twin Talks is happening on Tuesday – a Digital Roundtable.
There are more online BIM and digital construction centric events on our events page.
If you see anything else online that we should be featuring please let us know: email@example.com