Building survey reveals fewer than one in three public clients have changed procurement since 2011 launch
BIM in practice
What can BIM offer facilities managment and will it have a transformative impact on building operation?
How Bam kept the noise down in the 12,500-seat arena in Leeds city centre
Building caught up with the team on the Manchester library refurb project to see if BIM was everything they hoped it would be
BIM in the workplace
How did 2012 pan out for industry disputes, the nuclear sector and BIM?
Autodesk reckons that cloud-based products are ‘the biggest thing to happen in computing since the PC’ and could transform the use of BIM. Ike Ijeh went to the software company’s recent conference in Las Vegas to find out more
To mark this week’s BIM Live event, nine experts tell Emily Wright what they have learnt over the past 12 months
A survey by RICS shows that nearly half of the sector is still not using BIM. We must work to overcome the barrriers to engagement, says Alan Muse
There’s lots of optimism about what BIM can offer – but it is far from being fully integrated in the industry yet
The new BIM protocol and standard should finally put an end to the industry’s ad-hoc approach to managing information, says Simon Rawlinson
BIM: Legal issues
The Construction Industry Council has published a new standard protocol for BIM level 2. Will it promote adoption?
Appointing a BIM manager early on a project is important to gain maximum benefit and avoid disputes. Is there already someone on the team who could take the job on though?
BIM has the potential to change the face of the construction industry, but will it?