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Blog by Adam Matthews who reflects on a workshop in Indonesia
Adam Matthews, lead for the Centre for Digital Built Britain’s (CDBB) International Programme, reflects on a successful workshop in Indonesia and how adoption of UK infrastructure methodologies is supporting the country’s infrastructure development plans.
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International Blog: Achievements of the European Programme
In this month’s blog Richard Lane, Programme Manager for the EU BIM Task Group and Delivery Manager for the CDBB International Programme, reflects on the achievements of the European programme to date and looks forward to the next phase.
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Blog from the CDBB team
The Centre’s BIM programme for 2018/19 brings focus to supporting current best practice and guiding growth towards a digitally built and operated Britain. Ahead of publication of new international standards, Terry Stocks, Head of the UK BIM programme and Dave Philp, BIM Communications Manager, report on progress and future plans.
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Blog: Mark Enzer, Chair of the Digital Framework Task Group
Government confirmation that the Centre for Digital Built Britain will form a Digital Framework Task Group (DFTG) to guide the development and adoption of a digital framework for infrastructure data is good news. Mark Enzer, Chief Technical Officer for Mott MacDonald, and Chair of the DFTG, sets out a view of the way forward for Digital Transformation in the UK’s infrastructure industry.
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Blog: International Update - UK Government’s Prosperity Funded Global Infrastructure Programme
Adam Matthews, lead of the Centre for Digital Built Britain’s International Programme, discusses the benefits of the UK Government’s Prosperity funded Global Infrastructure Programme for partner countries and the UK.
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Guest Blog from Professor Gillian Rose who provides a social geography perspective
The CDBB programme is actively multi-disciplinary to engage with ideas and perspectives beyond digital technology and construction. Gillian Rose, Professor of Human Geography at the University of Oxford, and a member of the CDBB Expert Research Panel, considers the digital built environment through the lens of social geography.
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Guest Blog: Sam Williams discusses the benefits of child-friendly urban planning
Arup’s report Cities Alive: Designing for urban childhoods (December 2017) presents the inclusive benefits of taking a child-friendly approach to urban planning. Sam Williams, part of the multi-disciplinary Operations Consulting team at Arup and one of the report’s authors, explores the built environment from a child’s perspective.
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Guest Blog: Professor Lord Robert Mair reflects on the achievements of civil engineering
As his presidential year for the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) draws to a close, Professor Lord Robert Mair, head of the Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction at the University of Cambridge, sets his sights on the role of civil engineering to help address global challenges in the digital age.
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Blog by Jaimie Johnston considers the potential of technology to enhance creativity in architecture
The recent announcement by Housing Secretary James Brokenshire (MP) to launch the Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission puts quality and aesthetics on the construction agenda. Jaimie Johnston, Director and Head of Global Systems at the integrated design and operations consultancy Bryden Wood considers the potential of technology to enhance creativity.
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Seven common challenges facing governments when introducing BIM
The experience of progressing BIM as a national digitalisation strategy while working with countries globally to secure a common approach to BIM has generated a diverse range of practical understanding. Adam Matthews, lead for CDBB International, reflects on this experience and sets out seven ‘big questions’ for national BIM programmes.
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