Pillar One
    Strategic Definition

    Pillar Two
    BIM Definition

    Pillar Four
    Technology Skills Design

    Pillar Five
    Technology Skills Technical Design

    Pillar Nine

    Pillar Ten
    Asset Management


Ten Steps to successfully Implementing BIM

BIM doesn’t work—people make it work. There is no way you can load BIM onto a machine, plop anyone in front of the machine, and hope that it will somehow make your life easier. In fact, it will make it harder for a while; let everyone know this. BIM is an investment. The easiest way… read more »

Understanding BIM

Implementing or understanding BIM in an organization is so much more than choosing the right design software. It’s about educating an entire organization about software tools, processes and workflows to meet stringent standards. Apart from change management it’s  a big challenge. And it gets bigger with the challenge of driving software and process adoption across… read more »

Design and Build Method

The design-build form of project delivery is a system of contracting whereby one entity performs both architectural/engineering and construction under one single contract. Under this arrangement, the design builder warrants to the contracting agency that it will produce design documents that are complete and free from error (design-builder takes the risk). The selection process under… read more »

Introduction to Construction Management

So, why does BIM matter to contractors? To really understand the answer to this question, you need to fi rst look at current processes to see how information is shared, what types of technologies are being used, and what types of project delivery methods are being used. Therefore, in the following sections, we discuss  two… read more »