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Our consultant, John Williams, talks us through the process that companies need to consider to ensure a successful technology implementation.
We’re constantly being told that in order for digital transformation to succeed people must be willing to change. While that’s true, what is technology really doing to help? Does better technology need to come before behavioural change?
Like it or hate it BIM is here to stay! Although no one said it would be easy, I am sure many of us who are in this space would not have thought it would have been this hard. But why?
How is this new world of digital construction going for you? Are your levels of work reducing as promised or are you drowning with all the additional information that you’re having to manage?
BIM is fast becoming a word many are tired of. While it represents the enabler to the digital transformation of construction, it is also a misused and abused term to describe a variety of expectations for the user, which leads to frustration and disappointment.
At last week’s National Rail Awards, Kier scooped ‘Civil Engineering Achievement of the Year’ for its work on Chelsea Rail Bridge.
Clearbox, the provider of leading edge information management products for the built environment, has helped Kier Group Ltd achieve verification to BIM Level 2 compliance with BSI.
To enable the people involved in a project to gain an easy understanding of project progress and the planned sequence of works, 4D simulations are well recognised as an excellent medium to communicate.
The autumn edition of BIM Today is available now covering a broad range of topics and brings together leading industry experts to highlight the technological, cultural and procedural changes in the industry today.