Category Archives: Education

Coordination

Whenever I ask people “in one word tell me what BIM is all about”, coordination always makes its way in there. I do remember up until 2004 (when my role shifted) I actually carried out coordination as part of my … Continue reading

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“The fate awaiting organisations is brutal” – What happens if you don’t do BIM:

It is not scaremongering when you have observed this first hand!

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Are you ready for 2016? #BIM

Just in case you are not a member of this Lindked in Group I have reposted it here, but sign up and enter the discussion on A post on Linkedin from Ralph Montague BArch MRIAI, Managing Partner, ArcDox There is only 1 year … Continue reading

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Look Up

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HS2 Supply Chain BIM Upskilling Study

HS2 ltd has launched a supplier survey to help gauge whether the potential supply chain is ready to work to Level 2 Building Information Modelling (BIM) procuring and managing data for the design, build, operation and maintenance of the new … Continue reading

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How to effectively communicate through an interpreter

Bear in mind that what matters in a conversation is not what you are saying, but what is understood by the recipient. In a multi-lingual discussion you are only as effective as your interpreter. Therefore: It is in your interests … Continue reading

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Inspiring the Future

I have been involved with this organisation now for about 2 years and I can not recommend them highly enough. It is a great experience for everyone involved so sign up and share your experience with young people. http://www.inspiringthefuture.org/ Newsletter http://www.educationandemployers.org/media/18746/itf_news_1_vol.pdf … Continue reading

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