The consultancy has successfully concluded the Smart Connected Buildings project which aims to integrate building design information, sensor data and user feedback to produce meaningful alerts and advice to builders and owners.
The project was undertaken over 12 months in partnership with Northumbria University and National Energy Foundation to assess the feasibility of a building performance measurement and advice platform, something currently lacking in the industry.
Your Homes Newcastle supported the scheme,
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After 12 months, BIM Academy has successfully concluded the Smart Connected Buildings project where we have been hard at work researching the feasibility of a building performance measurement and advice platform currently lacking in the building industry. Smart Connected Buildings set out to be an intelligent data platform integrating building design information, sensor data and user feedback, producing meaningful alerts and actionable advice for occupiers, building owners and those who build and maintain properties.
Since our last blog where we interviewed Your Homes Newcastle,
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For the past ten months, BIM Academy has been researching the feasibility of a building performance measurement and advice tool which is currently lacking in the building industry. Smart Connected Buildings will be an intelligent data platform containing building design information, sensor data and user feedback, producing meaningful, actionable advice for occupiers, building owners and those who build and maintain properties.
The platform has been designed around the fact many more buildings are now being designed,
» Read more about: Smart Connected Buildings: part three »
From the perspective of our experiences of BIM adoption internationally, Peter Barker observes that the uptake of BIM has gathered significant momentum but the economic, commercial and cultural dynamics of each region are different – read more.
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Peter Barker, BIM Academy managing director, was invited to present at the third African BIM Conference in Johannesburg on 14-15 March.
The conference attracted a wide range of industry and academic practitioners from South Africa and neighbouring regions. Peter showcased the work of BIM Academy, particularly the value to building owners and asset managers, featuring the team’s work on Sydney Opera House, Forest City, Durham Cathedral, Hong Kong MTR and the Royal Household.
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PlanBEE, an award winning higher apprenticeship scheme now in its second year, is an initiative for built environment education which has been developed by a consortia of north east businesses including BIM Academy, Cundall, Ryder Architecture, Sir Robert McAlpine, Turner & Townsend and Xsite Architecture, delivered by Gateshead College and Teesside University. The scheme, supported by the Chartered Institute of Building, the Institute of Civil Engineers and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors,
» Read more about: PlanBEE BIM Academy Diary »
Another tumultuous year in politics and industry has passed in the UK. For those in construction it has been particularly difficult with the industry showing itself in a poor light, attracting much justifiably negative press comment and analysis.
The tragedy at Grenfell Tower and now the collapse of Carillion will leave a profound and lasting influence on the industry and the way others perceive it.
In the midst of all this,
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Although the application of BIM enabled facilities management has the potential to add significant value to assets and estates, there are of course many challenges that need to be considered to make the transition easier and the benefits clearer to all. To provide an overview of the current approach to FM and what BIM is, here is Graham Kelly (associate, BIM Academy) to add some much needed perspective in this emerging digital minefield.
» Read more about: Back to Basics – The What’s, How’s and Why’s of BIM in FM »
In recognition of his contribution to the establishment and direction of BIM Academy, our successful joint venture with Northumbria University, we’re delighted to announce that Peter Barker has been awarded the role of visiting professor at Northumbria University.
BIM Academy was founded by Ryder and the university in 2010 allowing Peter to apply his practice experience, combined with Northumbria’s academic expertise, to form this centre of excellence for digital engineering and construction. BIM Academy is now well established as an international consultancy with clients such as the Royal Household,
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Ryder Architecture, in collaboration with Northumbria University lifted the most innovative contribution to business – university collaboration trophy at the 2017 Times Higher Education Awards.
The awards, now in their 13th year and widely recognised as the Oscars of higher education, shine a spotlight on the exceptional achievements of individuals, teams and institutions.
Increasingly mandated by governments worldwide, successful building information modelling – the design,
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