Monthly Archives: July 2012

101 Things You Do Not Learn In Architecture School

http://www.archdaily.com/93786/the-indicator-101-things-i-didn%E2%80%99t-learn-in-architecture-school/ No.9, 47 and 49!

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Emerging Applications of BIM to Facilities Management: What Architects Need to Know about Connecting Design and Operations

This was kindly posted by Kent Brown on the Linkedin Group The BIM Roundtable but it and other presentations can be downloaded from his Lindedin profile. In Summary : “Presentation: Emerging Applications of BIM to Facilities Management: What Architects Need … Continue reading

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Finnish Common BIM Requirements

These were published in March 2012 http://www.en.buildingsmart.kotisivukone.com/3

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Contracting in BIM

This is a real useful and thought provoking look into contract aspects of BIM as well as some exemplar clauses/language. http://www.mitbrand.com/info/latest_news/default.asp?t=1&i=55

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In BIM Communication is Key – A cautionary tale

http://archrecord.construction.com/news/2011/05/110519-BIM-Lawsuit-1.asp

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New Penn State BIM Execution Planning Docs Out

http://bim.psu.edu/

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National Construction Contracts and Law Survey – UK – 2012

Originally posted on LEAN Construction Project Delivery Methods – Job Order Contracting, IPD, 5D BIM:
NBS National Construction Contracts and Law Survey 2012 by Adrian Malleson Research and Analysis Manager, RIBA Enterprises (Source: http://www.thenbs.com/topics/ContractsLaw/articles/nbsNationalConstructionContractsLawSurvey2012.asp?utm_source=eNews-Weekly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2012-07-09) From March to April 2012,  NBS…

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