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  • 6 Reasons why you need to provide BIM objects | Competitive Advantage
    this is only the information currently being provided The leading BIM libraries offer an object authoring service making creation of objects a relatively simple process for the product manufacturer In some cases it may just involve passing existing technical literature to the BIM author However it is recommended that there is a full dialogue with the author at the library to ensure they understand how products are used can advise on the best content and how to present the information There are currently two leading providers of BIM objects in the UK market National BIM Library bimstore No doubt BIM libraries will develop in the same way as product directories Providing BIM Objects making them accessible BIM objects also need to be made available in a suitable format for use by each brand of software as well as OpenBIM To provide for all would be expensive so it is important to select the right system This is a decision which should be based on the systems used by your principal specifiers and contractor customers So before deciding on a format make sure that your key specifiers are using it Our report Adoption of BIM can help you with this as it lists the top 80 engineer practices top 80 architect practices and top 20 main contractors and details if they have adopted BIM and the software they use Providing BIM Objects shout about it Having created BIM objects they must be easily available so that specifiers can simply drag and drop them into their designs As well as promoting them via the BIM libraries companies should also make them available via a dedicated web area This could be on an existing website or a microsite hosted by the BIM library Whichever option is selected it is important to make it easy for the specifier to find the information Provide a clear route from the home page and include a dedicated landing page which will also contribute to a high Google ranking for the BIM objects Useful resources NBS National BIM Report 2012 February 2012 Competitive Advantage Adoption of BIM April 2012 BIM Industry Working Group BIM Strategy document March 2011 Further Reading Adoption of BIM a research report View more PowerPoint from Competitive Advantage Don t Ignore BIM 6 highs and lows of communicating with construction specifiers Communicating with Architects an interview with Su Butcher Communicating with Specialist Contractors an Interview with Stefan Hay Key Factors for Succesful Specification Selling Our recent reports Construction Research Construction Media Index The only impartial research report in the construction industry on traditional and digital communication channels Construction Media Index now in its 2 nd year is a comprehensive research report detailing the communication channels available for promoting to the construction sector Its objectives are to Provide an impartial report for the use of the construction industry Identify the key hardcopy and electronic media used by category of decision maker and market sector Identify the industry publications which are actually read Adoption of Building

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  • New research: Adoption of BIM by specifiers & contractors 2012 | Competitive Advantage
    Construction Industry covering the use of CAD and adoption of Building Information Modelling by Architects Engineers and Contractors The report includes 67 charts tables and will enable you to understand Which types of organisations are using BIM or plan to use it Which software is used and how it influences product selection How specifiers and contractors want to receive BIM information Changes in the influence on specification as a result of BIM implementation Interviews were conducted with 80 architect s practices 50 engineering practices and 20 main contractors all of which are in the top 100 for their category Published April 2012 This research report details the take up and implementation of BIM in the UK Construction Industry covering the use of CAD and adoption of Building Information Modelling by Architects Engineers and Contractors The report includes 67 charts tables and will enable you to understand Which types of organisations are using BIM or plan to use it Which software is used and how it influences product selection How specifiers and contractors want to receive BIM information Changes in the influence on specification as a result of BIM implementation Research was conducted during March 2012 published April 2012 Interviews were conducted with 80 architect s practices 50 engineering practices and 20 main contractors all of which are in the top 100 for their category This report is now only 50 VAT original price 275 VAT Purchase online now Building Information Modelling Construction industry knowledge hub Post navigation Previous Next Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Learn more about

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  • Construction Industry Overview – December 2013 | Competitive Advantage
    Construction market activity Construction Industry Overview December 2013 Knowledge hub home Construction Industry Overview December 2013 Posted on December 9 2013 updated on April 9 2014 by Helen Leave a comment Tweet The latest edition of Part L is now available Conservation of fuel and power New dwellings and Conservation of fuel and power New buildings other than dwellings The Government has published its National Infrastructure Plan 2013 The government recognises that meeting the UK s infrastructure ambitions requires a long term sustainable plan and recently major industry leaders and government ministers signed a joint initiative to reduce 24 million tonnes of carbon in infrastructure The initiative called Infrastructure Carbon Review looks to save valuable resources by using new technologies construction techniques and low carbon materials to cut down on emissions The Homes and Communities Agency has published figures for housing starts they were responsible for delivering and the DCLG has published figures for the Help to Buy scheme Construction industry knowledge hub Construction market activity Understanding the construction industry Post navigation Previous Next Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Learn more about Building Information Modelling Communicating with the industry Construction market activity Effective specification strategies Marketing in construction Sustainability Understanding the construction industry Understanding your customer n Select by type n Blog News Article Report eBook Youtube Video Book Review Slideshare Infographic Event Twitter Chat Construction Sales Marketing eNews Get the latest in Construction Sales Marketing news straight to your inbox once a month REGISTER NOW Construction reports eBooks webinars and course bookings BROWSE Tell us how

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  • October Construction Market Overview | Competitive Advantage
    indicates that the sales of construction products continued to grow during Q3 2013 with the growth mainly being led by private housing and Infrastructure With the housing market still leading the construction industry s recovery the ONS house price index shows that UK average house prices increased by 3 8 over the year to August 2013 up from an increase of 3 3 in the year to July 2013 This increase has continued since April 2012 and is the highest year on year change since October 2010 Private and public housing new orders significantly increased between Q1 2013 and Q2 2013 predominantly driven by housing new orders in and around London With the housing market picking up Galliford Try are reporting record results with a pre tax profit increase of 17 Looking forward there are further signs of recovery as RIBA release the results of their latest Future Trends Survey The survey shows that all regions of the UK gave positive workload forecast figures with the south of England and Scotland being the most optimistic The most positive about the prospect of improved workloads in the next quarter are medium sized architects practices Finally KPMG have published their Annual Global Construction Survey This shows that Australia the UK and the Middle East are the least hopeful but there is increasing confidence amongst UK construction firms Internationally the main opportunities are seen as infrastructure energy and power Top priority for companies is recruiting key personnel with industry experience Construction industry knowledge hub Construction market activity Post navigation Previous Next Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em

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  • Construction Industry Overview – October 2013 | Competitive Advantage
    October 2013 Knowledge hub home Construction Industry Overview October 2013 Posted on October 9 2013 updated on April 9 2014 by Helen Leave a comment Tweet The long awaited publication of Part L will happen next week For a preview see the presentations from the recent BRE launch event The September 2013 editions of Approved Document A and Document C are also available for download from the Planning Portal PF2 is another initiative which has been on hold for some time The government has now published the standard documentation to be used with implementation starting with the Priority Schools Building Programme Details of the Government s much discussed Help to Buy scheme can be viewed on their website as can the unimpressive Green Deal statistics A response to this has been the All Party Parliamentary Group for Excellence in the Built Environment which has expressed concern that the Green Deal and ECO might deliver carbon reduction at a far lower rate than the policies it replaces Construction industry knowledge hub Construction market activity Understanding the construction industry Post navigation Previous Next Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Learn more about Building Information Modelling Communicating with the industry Construction market activity Effective specification strategies Marketing in construction Sustainability Understanding the construction industry Understanding your customer n Select by type n Blog News Article Report eBook Youtube Video Book Review Slideshare Infographic Event Twitter Chat Construction Sales Marketing eNews Get the latest in Construction Sales Marketing news straight to your inbox once a month REGISTER NOW Construction reports eBooks webinars

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  • Construction Industry Update: September 2013 | Competitive Advantage
    updated on April 9 2014 by Helen Leave a comment Tweet BIS has announced that the industry is set to receive a 150 million boost over the next 5 years 60 million of this is to be invested through the Technology Strategy Board to support the industry in designing and developing more energy efficient buildings This is expected to leverage in an additional 60 million of industry investment and 30 million extra funding from across Government and other agencies As part of its initiative to reduce the amount of local and non Building Regulations requirements on house builders the government has published The Housing Standards Review Consultation and Channel Panel s report The Housing Minister Mark Prisk has invited bids for a share of at least 400 million to specifically build homes for private rent As part of its drive to simplify processes the government has completed an external review of the planning system and to clarify the process is to launch an online version of its national planning practice guidance The beta site is open for comment until 9th October Construction industry knowledge hub Construction market activity Understanding your customer Post navigation Previous Next Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Learn more about Building Information Modelling Communicating with the industry Construction market activity Effective specification strategies Marketing in construction Sustainability Understanding the construction industry Understanding your customer n Select by type n Blog News Article Report eBook Youtube Video Book Review Slideshare Infographic Event Twitter Chat Construction Sales Marketing eNews Get the latest in Construction Sales Marketing

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  • Construction market activity | Competitive Advantage | Page 6
    2 4 in Q1 2013 compared to Q4 2012 its lowest level since Q4 1988 This poor performance also held back GDP with preliminary estimates for Construction industry knowledge hub Construction market activity Construction Market Outlook preparing for future challenges Posted on April 26 2013 updated on January 18 2016 by Helen Leave a comment At the start of last year many companies were optimistic about prospects for 2012 but as the months passed that optimism faded as the small growth expected failed to materialise The latest figures for the UK economy show that we have narrowly avoided a triple dip recession The economy grew by 0 3 in the first Construction industry knowledge hub Construction market activity Understanding the construction industry April Construction Market Overview Posted on April 19 2013 updated on April 9 2014 by Helen Leave a comment The ONS has released its Output in the Construction Industryfigures for February 2013 These show that the total volume of construction output increased by 5 5 from the previous month they also show that total output was 7 lower than February 2012 Also released was the ONS Economic Review March 2013 this shows that overall in 2012 the UK Construction industry knowledge hub Construction market activity The future of the construction industry latest views from industry leaders Posted on April 10 2013 updated on January 18 2016 by Helen Leave a comment Last night CIMCIG held its annual Chairman s Debate Tuesday 9 April 2013 at which a number of leading figures form a panel to discuss a key construction issues in front of an audience of selected senior executives from the industry Principal guest was Peter Hansford Chief Construction Advisor the panel comprised Brian Berry Chief Executive Construction industry knowledge hub Construction market activity Understanding the construction industry Green Deal Update Posted on April 9 2013 updated on January 18 2016 by Helen Leave a comment The Green Deal is part of the Energy Act 2011 The policy framework was approved by Parliament on 27 June 2012 it had its soft launch in November 2012 and came into force on 28 January 2013 It is intended to make existing homes and businesses more energy efficient financed through savings on energy bills Construction industry knowledge hub Construction market activity Sustainability Understanding the construction industry March Construction Market Overview Posted on March 20 2013 updated on April 9 2014 by Helen Leave a comment The ONS has released figures for New Orders in the Construction Industry These figures show that in Q4 of 2012 total volume of new orders in the construction industry increased by 3 4 compared with Q3 of 2012 this applied to all sectors with the exception of Infrastructure The ONS also released their Outputin the Construction Construction industry knowledge hub Construction market activity February Construction Market Overview Posted on February 15 2013 updated on January 18 2016 by Helen Leave a comment The ONS has released its Output in the Construction Industry figures for December and

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  • Communication channels for the construction industry | Competitive Advantage
    June 9 2013 updated on April 9 2014 by Helen Leave a comment Tweet The construction market is complex with many influences and drivers As a result it is often hard to know where to start when selecting communication channels The Construction Media Index report now in its third year is the only impartial research report for the construction industry on traditional and digital communication channels Communication channels for the construction industry slideshare from Competitive Advantage Communicating with the industry Construction industry knowledge hub Understanding the construction industry Understanding your customer Post navigation Previous Next Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Learn more about Building Information Modelling Communicating with the industry Construction market activity Effective specification strategies Marketing in construction Sustainability Understanding the construction industry Understanding your customer n Select by type n Blog News Article Report eBook Youtube Video Book Review Slideshare Infographic Event Twitter Chat Construction Sales Marketing eNews Get the latest in Construction Sales Marketing

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