05 May 2021
EzySpec is now part of NBS Source - meaning there are even more great benefits and features included for subscribers to NBS Source.
04 May 2021
As the rates of silicosis rises in Australia, the National Dust Disease Taskforce is considering a ban on artificial stone. Here’s what you need to know.
29 April 2021
This is the latest in our quarterly updating programme for Uniclass 2015. It includes updates to nine tables.
Within NBS Source, each item (whether it is a product, a company, a case study or a PDF) has a short, permanent hyperlink called a ‘permalink’.
16 April 2021
Within the construction industry, there have been advances in the way we look at how we create buildings. Environmentally conscious building, also known as sustainable construction, is an innovative modern idea introducing more environmentally, socially and economically aware construction methods.
We have introduced a new content library to NBS Chorus. Learn all about the benefits of using SpeedSpec specification content and how to get set up.
Spending too much time writing specifications? Get a head start with our system templates and typology skeletons available in NBS Chorus.
Specification documentation is the backbone of digital projects and as the building industry undergoes a digital revolution, it is more important than ever to create quality and accurate specifications.
Missed the Building Leaders Brief Industry event? Here's a rundown of the key updates including regulatory reforms, COVID-19 recovery and environmental projects.
25 February 2021
We’re making it easier to transition to NBS Chorus. You can now import your static Word specification templates into Chorus using our newest feature – NBS Bridge.
11 February 2021
This is the latest in our quarterly updating programme for Uniclass 2015. It includes updates to eleven tables.
24 November 2020
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With the launch of our new platform, NBS Source, we’ve been shouting about the benefits of ‘’enhanced data’’ – but what is it and what does it look like?
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
Over 2000 construction professionals from across the industry registered for our first-ever two-day digital conference, The Construction Leaders' Summit: The Digital Future.
The Summit aimed to bring together government and industry experts to discuss the political, legal and technological drivers for change as well as the impact of the pandemic. The event gained an incredible reaction and response over two days. Here are our key takeaways.
There will often be items or materials that you specify on nearly every project, such as specification of ductwork, painting, or block walling; a set of minimum performance requirements applicable to every building, or a series of general clauses unique to your organisation and developed from experience over many projects.
The construction industry seems more data driven than ever before. Surveying, measuring and designing to tight tolerances is crucial for fabrication, buildability, smooth site activity and therefore efficient construction.