Archive for 2011

Merry Christmas from BIMstop

Posted by scottbarrington in BIMstop, General News on December 22nd, 2011 No Comments

Christmas day is almost upon us. So we thought we’d take a second to wish everybody Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year! We’ve had a very busy year and have some exciting releases set for the new year, so stay tuned and thanks for your support!

Graphisoft tribute to Steve Jobs

Posted by scottbarrington in ArchiCAD, BIM on December 19th, 2011 No Comments

Graphisoft the makers of BIM software ArchiCAD have decide to erect a huge bronze sculpture of Steve Jobs, in honor of all the things he has done for computing. The statue will be displayed at Graphisoft park. A little known fact is that ArchiCAD was originally built for the Mac OS first. However now days… read more

BIMstop BIM badges & widgets

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM, BIMstop on December 16th, 2011 No Comments

Do you love BIM (building information modeling) or are you a die hard Revit fan? BIM is a great shift in the architecture and construction industry. One thats well worth supporting. Here at BIMstop we’ve decided to make it really easy for everyone to show their support for BIM with a range of great badges!… read more

Revit plugins update

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM, Revit on December 12th, 2011 1 Comment

We’ve recently posted an update to our popular Revit ribbon plugin. The Revit plugins are available as a free download from our tools page here. Our BIMstop Revit plugins are available for versions 2011 & 2012, for both 32bit & 64bit systems. They allow you to easily search our fast growing Revit library, and access… read more

Using BIM in secret

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on December 8th, 2011 No Comments

I was recently reading an interesting article by Robert Klaschka a Principal Director at Studio Klaschka (the full article can be viewed here). It was a good article on the Long view of BIM from the point of an architectural practice. The part I found particularly interesting was at the end where he talks about his… read more

Social media infographic of top 15 UK construction companies

Posted by scottbarrington in Marketing on December 2nd, 2011 No Comments

Below is a great infographic produced by Pauly Creative in the UK. It showcases how the top 15 UK construction companies are now using social media as a part of their marketing tools. The most interesting bit I find is the dramatic rise in usage year over year. You can learn more about Pauly Creative… read more

ArchiCAD BIM best practices course

Posted by scottbarrington in ArchiCAD, BIM on December 1st, 2011 No Comments

Do you want to save hours of work with a few simple BIM tips? Several months ago, our long-time colleague & friend Eric Bobrow started the Best Practices Course. It’s a great ArchiCAD training resource created to help users of all levels to help boost their productivity and get a better return from their investment… read more

Chrysler Building modelled in BIM

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on November 24th, 2011 No Comments

Below is a great video showing how powerful the latest BIM (building information modeling) tools are getting. Here you can see how quickly (4mins!) someone can model the form of New York’s famous Chrysler Building. With free form tools becoming easier to use, I think we will see a lot more freeform architecture emerging in… read more

BIMstop.com – Our new look!

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on November 17th, 2011 No Comments

By now you’ve probably noticed our new look! BIMstop has been rebuilt from the ground up. We are excited to finally have this version 2 launched. As a part of this we are consolidated our brands Barrington Arch + BIMstop into the new BIMstop.com We’ve got some great new enhancements in the works, which will… read more

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