BIM is Unstoppable: What do Manufacturers Need to Know?

Posted by modlar in BIM on March 14th, 2014 No Comments

As Paul Morrell, the UK’s chief adviser on construction points out, “BIM is unstoppable.” Building Information Modeling has been around for decades, but “the need to deliver a low carbon future,” while reducing overall costs has generated enthusiasm in leaving CAD systems behind. By 2016, ‘Level 2 BIM’ will be mandatory for all government projects in… read more

Modlar Integrations for 2014

Posted by modlar in BIM, General News, Technology on January 25th, 2014 No Comments

As all business applications move to the cloud, file management is becoming a larger and larger problem. You may be asking how you’re supposed to organise everything, or how it can be effortlessly shared with the rest of your team or organisation. This transition is also affecting the way a BIM manager complies and shares… read more

5 popular BIM questions from July

Posted by modlar in ArchiCAD, BIM, Revit on July 27th, 2013 No Comments

With the global interest in Building Information Modeling (BIM) constantly increasing, we like to keep a handle on what is being talked about and asked in the community. This July has been no exception, here’s 5 interesting BIM questions that have been asked this month. Feel free to help answer them or ask your own…. read more

Project Coventina: Part 3

Posted by brylee.flutey in BIM, Case studies, Guest Blog Appearance on July 22nd, 2013 No Comments

Editors note: Chris is a Architectural designer at the UK based Architectural practice of Ellis Belk Associates ltd. and has over seen the BIM process of many large projects over his years as a professional in the AEC industry. He takes personal interest in the direction of BIM and is passionate about education and training in BIM to… read more

Project Coventina: Part 2

Posted by brylee.flutey in BIM, Case studies, Guest Blog Appearance on June 12th, 2013 No Comments

Editors note: Chris is a Architectural designer at the UK based Architectural practice of Ellis Belk Associates ltd. and has over seen the BIM process of many large projects over his years as a professional in the AEC industry. He takes personal interest in the direction of BIM and is passionate about education and training in BIM to… read more

BIM for Infrastructure: An Infographic

Posted by brylee.flutey in BIM, Case studies on June 4th, 2013 No Comments

  Above is a great Infographic produced by our friends at Auotdesk. Often I find Infographics to be unnecessary, with lots of companies simply jumping on the growing trend that is Infographics before understanding how to effectively present information or data- leading to confusing and irrelevant graphics and equally as confusing figures.   On the… read more

BIM- It’s about more than just design.

Posted by brylee.flutey in BIM on May 8th, 2013 No Comments

So I feel like we’ve all heard about the many benefits BIM (Building Information Modeling) has brought to the design and construction phases of a new build. Clash detection, transparency and a reduction in time and cost all go hand in hand with BIM (and I’m sure I’m not the only one that has read… read more

BIM101: Ten points to get you started

Posted by brylee.flutey in BIM, Guest Blog Appearance on April 4th, 2013 No Comments

Editors note: Chris is a Architectural designer at the UK based Architectural practice of Ellis Belk Associates ltd. and has over seen the BIM process of many large projects over his years as a professional in the AEC industry. He takes personal interest in the direction of BIM and is passionate about education and training in BIM to… read more

What is BIM?

Posted by brylee.flutey in BIM, Videos on March 28th, 2013 No Comments

Let’s be honest, anything that demands an acronym is often hard to understand, annoying and exclusive in nature. BIM (Building Information Modeling) is no different. I’m not going to lie to you in the very first paragraph- BIM, if you’re not using or trained in it, is initially a hard concept to grasp. And I… read more

Drawing the line: A discussion on Architectural Education and Technology

Posted by brylee.flutey in BIM, Guest Blog Appearance on February 28th, 2013 2 Comments

Editors Note: Rebecca De Cicco is currently employed with KSS Architects in London, specializing in the digital design process and technology. In her role Rebecca manages the BIM implementation and process and works with teams to develop solutions in the way our digital toolset can be utilized to change the way we work. Rebecca most recently joined the BIM2050 group… read more

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