Last night saw the successful launch of the Australasian Procurement and Construction Council (APCC) and Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) BIM Knowledge and SKills framework at Standards Australia in Sydney .
BIM Academy is proud to have been a contributing partner to this initiative over the last 2 years and Will Joske received an award of appreciation at last nights ceremony.
This Framework is an important and timely resource that articulates the BIM knowledge and skills required for disciplines in the building and construction industry,
Last week saw the successful launch of BIM Academy’s Virtual Project in Australia. Hosted by The University of Canberra BIM Academy ran a workshop for 18 delegates comprising a cross section of the industry and academia in Canberra. The workshop was a taster day for Virtual Project – BIM Academy’s unique three day course uses BIM and collaborative working principles to allow project teams to work collectively in a controlled environment.
PlanBEE is an innovative higher level apprenticeship programme in Architectural Engineering and Management designed by industry sponsors led by Ryder Architecture in conjunction with Gateshead College and university partners. With the advent of more collaborative and multidisciplinary working, largely facilitated through BIM, the aim is to develop a new generation of professionals with a broader spectrum of education, able to forge careers in a variety of roles, irrespective of specialist disciplines.
2016 was a year that saw a massive upheaval in the political and social landscape. The people spoke – voted – and as a consequence the UK is destined to leave the EU and the US has a President the likes of which they have never seen before. The term post-truth has moved into common parlance and it is accepted to tell porkies in public. Meanwhile the construction industry generally continues as before,
It is a well-worn cliche that the construction industry is slow to embrace and sustain innovation and change, particularly in the application of digital technology. A recent study by McKinsey rated the industry as the second lowest ranking in embracing digital – just above hunting.
Government and client-led mandates aimed at reducing whole life cost and enhancing environmental performance have driven more widespread adoption, but have been accompanied by well-intentioned but often complex and arcane protocols which have often led to confusion and unrealisable expectations.
Building Live on 29 November promises to deliver a range of engaging seminars designed across four sessions, each addressing major themes for the sector including BIM Level 3 – a vision of a Digital Built Britain, optimising BIM Level 2, operational benefits – delivering value and a vision of the future.
As content partners, BIM Academy and Ryder Architecture have been working with the Building Live team to ensure the content is relevant,
This video is based on the Sydney Opera House BIM implementation. This is one of three exemplar case studies carried out by the Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre (SBEnrc) as part of Project 2.34 Driving Whole-of-life Efficiencies through BIM and Procurement.
BIM Academy were appointed by Sydney Opera House as part of a team to deliver a ground-breaking interface between traditional Building Management Control Systems, Building Information databases and Building Information Modelling (BIM).