14 September 2020
| by NBS
We’re thrilled to welcome Ampelite as our first manufacturer to list their products with Australian enhanced data on NBS Source. Find out why they jumped at the chance to offer their information in an easily accessible, comparable and digitised format.
Working digitally to a standard process will help transform the construction industry. This article is an adaption of a presentation on the main stage of Autodesk University London taking an in-depth look into this topic.
27 April 2020
As part of a recent NBS webinar on collaborative specification writing, Chris Dixon (Associate Architect at Franklin Ellis Architects) described how he had worked with Dulux Trade to develop paint systems specifications for a complex building project.
02 March 2020
Powe Architects are amongst the first in Australia to use NBS Chorus to create efficiency and drive collaboration in their specification management.
24 February 2020
NBS Chorus is helping practices work more efficiently and collaboratively on construction projects. This article showcases some of the key benefits that Maber Architects, an AJ100 design-led practice in the UK, have achieved with Chorus.
29 November 2019
NBS Chorus is revolutionising the way specifications are developed in the construction industry. This customer story looks how David Miller Architects, a small technology-led practice in London, are using Chorus on their projects.
In late 2002, Architectus CEO Ray Brown saw a presentation on what we would later call building information modelling (BIM). He was impressed with the level of integration. Here Rodd Perey describes their journey, driving innovation through BIM.
23 August 2019
National Design Consultancy (NDC) has written its first specification using NBS Chorus. Read how it’s helping the team of engineers to work more efficiently across multiple offices.
Ryder Architecture’s Newcastle and Vancouver teams were among the first to produce a specification using NBS Chorus. Here they explain how it helps the practice to work efficiently across the world.