The take up of BIM has tripled over the last three years since the launch of NBSs UK National BIM Survey and will become a mandatory requirement from 2016 across all publicly procured buildings and infrastructure projects.
The undertaking of the course allows Senior to work with clients to utilise BIM and keep building costs low, by identifying potential problems before they arise, as well as having the knowledge to manage data effectively.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) allows designers to visualise real components at various stages, right through to construction and operations.
The datasets featured on the interactive portal is UK Land from the GeoInformation Group, which identifies land usage throughout the UK, including the location and extent of 27 land use and land cover classes.
The course will take place on the following dates in 2014: 7th – 11th July – Kent 8th – 12th September – Cardiff 15th – 19th September – Maynooth, Ireland 6th – 10th October – Aberdeen 20th – 24th October – Manchester 10th – 14th November – Nottingham 8th – 12th December – Kent
The cameras are designed to allow electricians to inspect electrical and mechanical installations, in addition to detecting a range of building related problems.
Accessible via the companys Extranet, the BIM system provides fully compatible models of Reynaers systems for integration into building designs, plans and simulation.
Customers, architects and specifiers will be able to view all of the products on the Franke Sissons website.
Staying in line with guideline requirements means that technology must be able to create computer visuals, collate project related data and make it available to project partners and government bodies.
Hydro-Brake Optimum can achieve up to 15% stormwater storage savings compared to traditional vortex flow controls and can be engineered to optimise the hydraulic response.