25 March 2020
The move to homeworking has created new challenges for the industry that we are all adapting to. We’ve seen an increase in usage of our NBS Chorus specification platform, and many of our customers are seeing the benefits of specifying in the cloud now more than ever. In this article we outline how Chorus will make your life easier while you’re working from home.
In what seems like just a few weeks, the world has changed. We face a threat, the likes of which we have rarely seen. Governments are taking drastic actions to limit the spread of the virus to protect the vulnerable. At the same time, this risks hurting even more through economic damage. In China, GDP fell by over 20% in February and most economies are looking at similar declines.
Aside from his role for MelBIM events, Will Joske is involved in consulting through BIM Academy and industry training for BIM with Swinburne University. In this article, he reflects on the recent launch of Office of Projects Victoria’s Digital Asset Strategy (VDAS) which casts new light on existing challenges for our industry. Does VDAS inform the rest of Australia and are we willing to conform? What do we need next to move from ‘BIM Adoption’ to ‘Business as Usual’?
This article illustrates how a specifier can use NBS Chorus to collaborate with a manufacturer to produce a complex specification.
What are the global, long-term impacts on the future of the built environment? This article will form part of a wider series on these subjects, in association with CIMCIG.
Rebecca DeCicco, Founder and Director of Digital Node gives a synopsis of the current state, implementation and use of BIM and digital engineering in Australia and New Zealand, and their impacts on the wider construction industry landscape.
Arguably the biggest external factor influencing the construction industry is the world’s rising population. A recent World Economic Forum publication on the future of construction reported that the population of the world’s urban areas is increasing by 200 000 people per day.
Stephen Hamil, Director of Research and Innovation at NBS, looks at the top ten reasons why the use of a digital master system for writing and managing specifications is better than using a tool such as Microsoft Word
01 August 2018
A good master specification system must follow the principles of the seven Cs - we take a look at each one in our downloadable infographic
Uniclass offers a consistent structure for all disciplines and can classify any scale of item from a huge complex such as a University Campus down to a product such as a Fan.
Across the world, various government reports have concluded that the construction industry needs to standardize its processes and data structures and enable value through the use of digital technologies.
We pride ourselves in being seen as global leaders in innovation. We innovate with and for our customers; and the customer is at the forefront of all that we do.
The problem of badly coordinated project information is a costly one for the industry.