Building information modelling
Building information modelling (BIM)
BIM is the start of a new era in the construction industry and in 10 years it will be the standard approach to all projects. It is the action or the creation and maintenance of a database of information relating to a building.
The adoption of BIM will change existing work flows and business relationships and may completely restructure how organisations interact and how data flows between companies.
Working processes required for BIM raise issues around liability and intellectual copyright which should be considered carefully and included in the contract. The process should be driven by a BIM Manager from an early stage and it is important to determine what level of detail is required.
RICS standards and guidance
- RICS property measurement
- UK commercial real estate agency
- New rules of measurement
- QS and construction standards
- Residential property standards
- Valuation standards
- List of RICS standards and guidance
- RICS standards and guidance archive
- What is BIM?
- Approaches to BIM
- Impact of BIM
- Incorporating BIM into your business
- BIM legal issues
- Further information on BIM
- BIM case studies