Critical Strategies Needed to Maximise Value from Revit
Across most sectors of the economy, industry specific software can deliver advantages.
CAD is Dead, Long Live CAD
Say good bye to the CAD guy, the whipping girl/boy of all AEC firms engaged in delivering drawings of any kind.
The Double-Edged Sword of Technology
In the AEC sector, technology continues to drive more detailed, accurate, and productive project design. Technology, however, is a double-edged sword.
Crossrail’s Lessons on Project Management Technology
In order to derive lessons about effective delivery strategies for major projects, looking at well-known developments around the world which have been delivered successfully is a...
Delivering BIM Value for Road and Rail Infrastructure
As spending on road and rail infrastructure continues to rise, there is a growing realisation that owners and operators can gain significant value from taking advantage...
How Will Technology Impact the Future of Architecture Jobs?
As technology continues to evolve, the impact it will have upon jobs and roles within the architecture profession in Australia will continue to be considerable.
Key to Lowering BIM Software and Implementation Costs
Integrating BIM into marketing presentations is one of the least expensive and risky methods for implementing BIM within a short period of time.
Early Level-of-Detail Transitions to BIM Level-of-Development
In the 1980s, the firms I served used Level-of-Detail (LOD) Standards to define both hand-drawn and CAD-created construction documents.
Trending from BIM-Driven to BIM-Dependent
While Henry Ford was inventing the Model T automobile as a new travel tool, he created a delivery process called the assembly line.