Building industry information technology products and services include estimating, site management, BIM and CAD software, aerial surveys and thermal imaging.
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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.
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.
Eque2 | Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Wes Simmons of EQUE2 has advised construction companies on the five key steps of ensuring that variations don’t drain the profitability out of a project, with planning in advance, checking figures and monitoring sub-contractor behaviour noted as the key factors to success. Preparing for such delays as bad weather conditions, unexpected on-site discoveries and disputes can ensure that all potential problems have been thoroughly thought through before work even gets underway.
Polyflor | Mon, 21 Jul 2014
Polyflor is now offering Building Information Modelling (BIM) objects for a selection of its flooring ranges, developed in software formats including Revit Architecture, Bentley, AECOsim, Nametschek Vectorworks, Graphisoft ArchiCAD and IFC. Available to download free of charge via the Polyflor website, the resource is also available on the National BIM Library, designed by NBS to provide the UK construction industry with an online centre where a host of systems and products can be downloaded.
Senior Architectural Systems | Thu, 17 Jul 2014
Senior Architectural Systems technical services manager, Paul Evans, has become a BIM Accredited Professional following the completion of a two day course covering the fundamentals of Building Information Modelling. Paul was given advice on project management and data formats, ensuring that Senior is prepared for the changes when the process becomes mandatory in 2016 across all publicly procured buildings and infrastructure projects.