Smart Connected Buildings is our study researching the feasibility of a building performance measurement tool which is currently lacking in the building industry, a tool which can make better use of the fact that many more buildings are being designed, refurbished and modelled using BIM. Our team comprises BIM Academy, National Energy Foundation, Northumbria University and Your Homes Newcastle.
A BIM approach generates far more data than ever before,
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We’re seeking talented and enthusiastic people for our UK and Hong Kong offices to grow our expanding digital consultancy business in UK, Europe and Asia Pacific regions. Recent clients include Sydney Opera House, Royal Household property department, BAE Systems, M+ Museum West Kowloon, Hong Kong Hospital Authority and Forest City, Malaysia.
For more details and how to apply, see here.
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BIM Academy and BK AsiaPacific partnered to deliver the Building Intelligence 2017 Conference on 6 November, attracting over 120 senior construction professionals to the interactive BIM event
With the 2017 Hong Kong government policy address explicitly requesting that consultants and contractors use Building Information Modelling (BIM) when undertaking the design and delivery of major capital works projects from 2018 onwards – the interest in BIM is surging. This combined with the growing international impetus towards a global digital built environment are clear markers that now is the time to consider how to embark on your organisation’s BIM implementation strategy.
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