Check out the BIM4SME awards for 2016, more details here…. http://www.bim4sme.org The categories are below, entries must be in by 23rd June 2016, so get cracking! Categories: Best BIM Project –Micro Enterprise (1-10 employees)The case study should show an overall understanding of the BIM process and the maturity attained in working at Level 2. […]Read more "And the winners are…….RICS BIM4SME Awards 2016"
This post is on behalf of those nice people at BIM4SME who with Asite are running a BIM live competition in March. This puts learning and practice all together. A great opportunity for experts and newbies to get together and show what they can do! Details on the website. Read on! The BIM4SME Build the […]Read more "BIM4SME Build the UK Live – Build a team – join up – WIN!"
Welcome! Now that I have your attention, let’s crack on! I’ll get to the headline shortly….but first I return to a theme I’ve raised before, but like an itch that won’t go away, I just have to have another scratch! This post might not be popular in some quarters but heigh-ho we’re not living in […]Read more "UK BIM Level 2 – #Dead-as-a-Dodo? – an uncomfortable truth?"
Eating the #BIMelephant – BIM implementation for SME’s – the Doctor is in! SME’s are the lifeblood and engine room of the construction industry in the UK. There probably isn’t a project anywhere that doesn’t have some involvement from SME’s, and for most projects could well make up the majority of the supply chain including […]Read more "Eating the #BIMelephant"
BIM4SME is inviting small and medium size companies to come and explore its new website. The new website has been designed to provide an easy flow and user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout, allowing smaller companies to access information relevant to them and their BIM journey. One of BIM4SME’s goals is to ensure […]Read more "Not for profit organisation, BIM4SME launches new website as a BIM hub of information for SMEs"