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?
Central to the introduction of BIM level 2 will be a protocol that ensures that everyone knows what they can expect from the other parties on the project
Rightly, we’re all getting excited over Building Information Modelling, but if you don’t get your head around some of the contractual implications, things could get heated
How do you keep track of what everyone’s up to on a design and build contract? You could use BIM, but it’s a rather complex and costly solution to the problem
BIM has huge benefits, but the principle of sharing could come unstuck when mistakes are discovered.
BIM has the potential to change the face of the construction industry, but will it?
As BIM embeds itself deeper in the construction industry, contracts that facilitate collaboration in the project team are becoming vital. PPC2000 is one of these…
BIM could throw up all kinds of legal issues around liability when a project goes wrong. A clear implementation plan is needed from the outset
The recent US case didn’t go to court, but eventually we will see legal spats over BIM in the UK - so how will we go about resolving them?