NCE's BIM hubGovernment efforts to put Building Information Modelling (BIM) at the heart of efforts to reform the construction industry are yielding results. This section of our website keeps you up to speed with developments
BIM LIve: webinars from NCE
Register now to watch on demand the first ever joint webinar between NCE and The Architects’ Journal, together with Bentley Systems. Streamed live on 20 November at 1.15pm, our expert panel dispelled myths surrounding BIM and discussed how its adoption could be speeded up.
Get a step by step guide to the use of BIM in infrastructure by watching NCE’s latest BIM webinar, brought to you in association with Excitech.
BIM in practice: features from NCE
Last month NCE joined forces with sister title the Architect’s Journal to co-host a live webinar analysing the industry’s progress towards the government-mandated Level 2 adoption of BIM. The view was there is still a long way to go.
Building information modelling is to date under used when it comes to designing and constructing in reinforced concrete. NCE outlines the benefits to be gained.
The uptake of building information modelling is increasing rapidly, and it is spreading into new sectors. NCE reports on how it dramatically speeded design work on a project to rehabilitate an Amazonian watercourse.
BIM-enabled design and construction workflows on a water treatment plant project in Arizona have greatly reduced project costs, delays and on-site confusion.
In north east England the growing use of BIM on infrastructure projects is helping to turn one water and sewerage company’s efficiency ambitions into reality.
Software company Autodesk has a grand vision for Building Information Modelling. Its chief executive officer Carl Bass tells Mark Hansford how cloud computing and a different approach to marketing its products will change the way contractors do business.
BIM in the news
US software giant Autodesk has bolstered its offering to civil and structural engineers worldwide with the acquisition of more UK specialists.