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Read more at: Publication: Assessment of the value of BIM - Part 1 - Context and Methodology

Publication: Assessment of the value of BIM - Part 1 - Context and Methodology

31 March 2020

Introduction and context of this report pwc_2020_part_1_image.png In 2016 the UK Government mandated the use of Building Information Modelling (‘BIM’) Level 2 on all centrally procured public construction projects. After three years of mandatory BIM adoption, senior figures across the construction industry and in...

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Read more at: BIM Report on Evaluating Tools for Maturity and Benefits Measurement

BIM Report on Evaluating Tools for Maturity and Benefits Measurement

31 March 2020

In 2019, the Centre for Digital Built Britain, as part of the Construction Innovation Hub and in partnership with the UK BIM Alliance, commissioned a project to evaluate existing tools that assess BIM maturity and identify the benefits (return on investment) of using BIM in projects. The results of the research are...

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Read more at: Government Soft landings Interactive Process Map

Government Soft landings Interactive Process Map

3 March 2020

Government Soft Landings (GSL) can play an important role in enabling a smooth transition from construction to operation. It also helps clients to assure the performance of an asset and inform future project performance setting. The development of this National Health Service Scotland (NHSS) interactive process map has...

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Read more at: Third Edition of Guidance Part 2: Processes for Project Delivery

Third Edition of Guidance Part 2: Processes for Project Delivery

5 February 2020

Published today by the UK BIM Framework The UK BIM Framework today releases the third edition of Guidance Part 2: process for Project Delivery to support practitioners in embedding and implementing Building Information Modelling (BIM) Guidance Part 2: Processes for Project Delivery (Third Edition) This document is...

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Read more at: Principle-based digital twins: a scoping review

Principle-based digital twins: a scoping review

19 December 2019

GeminiPrinciplesimage.jpg To understand how transformative the Gemini Principles are to the development of digital twins, we looked at academic literature for any examples where digital twin implementations were based on similar precepts. The result is a light-touch scoping review on principle-based digital twins, now...

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Read more at: High-level introduction and summary of the SFT BIM Return on Investment (ROI) Tool

High-level introduction and summary of the SFT BIM Return on Investment (ROI) Tool

18 December 2019

The Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) lead the Scottish Building Information Modelling (BIM) programme at a national level on behalf of the Scottish Government; it has developed a suite of tools and guidance on its BIM Portal https://bimportal.scottishfuturestrust.org.uk/ . The portal and associated tools were developed to help...

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Read more at: UK BIM Framework Publishes two new reports to support BIM implementation

UK BIM Framework Publishes two new reports to support BIM implementation

6 November 2019

Guidance Part 2: Processes for Project Delivery (second edition) and Government Soft Landings, revised guidance for the public sector on applying BS8536 parts 1 & 2, published today by the UK BIM Framework The UK BIM Framework today releases two documents to support practitioners in embedding and implementing Building...

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Read more at: Capability Framework and Research Agenda for a Digital Built Britain

Capability Framework and Research Agenda for a Digital Built Britain

2 August 2019

Capability Framework and Research Agenda One of the questions the Department for BEIS originally asked CDBB was - “ what do we need to do to build a digital built Britain”? We have since conducted roughly two years of work - with over 90 researchers in six research networks, four consultancy studies and a series of...

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Monthly Paper: On the Governance of City Digital Twins

28 July 2019

Our July Monthly Paper is a working paper by Dr Timea Nochta, Nicole Badstuber and Dr Noura Wahby looking at city digital twins. On the Governance of City Digital Twins – Insights from the Cambridge case study Dr Timea Nochta, Nicole Badstuber and Dr Noura Wahby Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction, Department...

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Read more at: Building Beautiful - March Paper by Prof Andy Neely

Building Beautiful - March Paper by Prof Andy Neely

26 March 2019

The March Paper in the CDBB Publication Series is by Andy Neely, who looks at how AR and VR can allow us to build beautiful.

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