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Meetings to discuss a BIM execution plan that no one follows, understands, or have read are common. Project leaders and managers say: “We just need to tick the box."

A BIM reality check

Salvador Flores, KMK International

It would be great, if like a smart phone that you update and add apps to with a touch of a button, we could conceive buildings in a similar way.

Can we create buildings to be updated like smart phones?

Neil Pennell, Building Clients Group and Landsec

Even those who see potential benefits are faced with wading through a set of seemingly incomprehensible standards, using terms and abbreviations unknown to anyone other than an elite few.

Why we must take BIM back to basics

Nigel Davies, UK BIM Alliance

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For what its worth:- An industry whose people work with and are measured by documents will struggle to transiton to ...

Tim Aikin
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Neil, this is surely the direction of travel for Digital Twins in buildings. Is it also possible for the engineering ...

Richard Saxon
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What this doesn't cover is how AI & automation will reduce the number of jobs available especially to those who ...

Nigel
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Forget the acronym and the standards, if you have successfully delivered projects on time, within budget and collaborated across the ...

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