Building industry information technology products and services include estimating, site management, BIM and CAD software, aerial surveys and thermal imaging.
Product & Service Resources
Mon, 16 Dec 2013
With the uptake of BIM gathering pace right across the industry, we offer an industry insider’s views about the impact of BIM on the Supply Chain and how BIM Data Lite will enable the benefits to reach beyond design and delivery teams, including to the FM sector.
ABC+D Magazine | Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Paul Marsden, specification sales manager at Baxi Commercial discusses the quality of BIM files and the general benefits of the approach. As part of its vision for the industry and the country, the Government will require construction projects to be 33% cheaper and delivered 50% faster using 50% less materials and emitting 50% less carbon by 2025. That is quite a list of demands and there is strong political will in the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) to see this ...
Powered Now | Thu, 17 Jul 2014
Rising house prices has led to a boom in house building and renovation. However, the latest Home Owner Survey from Powered Now shows that despite the increasing demand for builders, electricians, decorators and other tradesmen, over 80% of UK home owners find hiring a tradesman a frustrating experience. Lack of professional quotes and options to pay by credit or debit card were high on the list of complaints.
COINS | Thu, 24 Jul 2014
COINS Group Deputy Chairman, Derek Leaver, and Chief Operating Officer of COINS USA, Mary Baumes, attended an evening reception at Buckingham Palace, given by Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh in celebration of the companies winning the Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2014. The award for International Trade was presented in recognition of its substantial growth in overseas earning and commercial success in the construction sector, with COINS being the only software company ...
Integrity Software Systems | Thu, 24 Jul 2014
Integrity Software examines the recent figures released from the government surrounding the Help to Buy Scheme, as well as providing advice on how construction accounting software can help to capitalise on the outcomes of the scheme. The figures relate that only 4% of house sales from the launch of the scheme to May 2014 were assisted by Help to Buy, just 5% of the mortgages were taken out in London, 80% of loans were given to first time buyers; and nearly half of completions under ...