We all agree that BIM is beneficial to the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. So, if BIM is so great, why aren’t we all adopting this new technology?
The tendering and contracting process can often be a minefield. It’s full of hurdles and barriers that can often make finding a contractor more difficult than it needs to be.
When BIM (Building Information Modelling) is implemented into our industry’s processes correctly and utilised, it can be a brilliant tool to help us visualise construction projects.
Most construction professionals are already somewhat sold on the value of computers – but, when it comes to unlocking their full potential, they're only just scratching the surface.
Understanding the problems with the construction industry's bidding process is crucial to finding out why the industry's profit margins are so low.
Building information modelling (BIM) has been described by some as the construction industry's very own 'digital revolution'.
The bidding process in construction is long, arduous and even risky. We should ask why and work out how to fix this.
Kreo's 4D scheduling software finally fulfils the true potential of 4D BIM.
The problem of how to estimate construction costs is one of the most crucial issues facing companies in the industry.
Construction profit margins have long been a controversial subject in the industry, with many citing them as a factor in the uncertain financial environment facing even the largest, most-established firms.
We need to first understand what BIM quantity takeoff software is in order to get value from it.
We believe AI is ready for construction now. We explore what that means for the industry.
Few people involved in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry would dispute the value of the idea behind Building Information Modelling (BIM).