An innovative feasibility study into optimising construction site plant and equipment use by applying BIM, IoT and data analytics.
BIM Academy is making good progress on this research project in collaboration with BuildStream, Costain, Northumbria University and Lynch (Plant Hire), exploring how we can improve efficiency in utilisation of plant and equipment on site. This is achieved through the collation and aggregation of onsite data, combined with a construction programme and a 3D model,
Setting politics and critics aside, the sheer magnitude of investment and development within Birmingham provides a means to elevate the local community, businesses and people from different walks of life, being at the heart of the High Speed Rail Network, the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games and developments such as Paradise Circus. BIM Academy Director, Nahim Iqbal who is based in the region, says “it is critical that organisations work together for the greater good.
We are delighted to announce BIM Academy has been shortlisted in the British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA) and NCE TechFest awards for our pioneering work on Forest City in Johor, Malaysia.
The project has been nominated as a finalist in BCIA’s Digital Transformation Project of the Year: Buildings category and sits alongside the likes of Atkins, Sir Robert McAlpine and Zaha Hadid.
While in NCE’s TechFest awards,