2017 July

Jul 24
Digital tower 2

The importance of project outcomes

I have been a digital advocate for many years since I saw the parametric capabilities of Revit around 16 years ago. As an architect who trained on a drawing board, I could see the advantages to what I did on a day to day basis, that this would make what I did easier and would


Jul 20
Digital Disruption 2

The art of Digital Disruption

You may have recently come across the buzz word; ‘digital disruption’ and in many ways, the term isn’t helpful as many people often misinterpret its meaning to be negative.  They see it as a threat to their business. An attack on the construction industry. So, what is digital disruption and what does it mean to


Jul 8
Imperial College London

Delivering BIM training to Imperial College London

At BIM. Technologies we think differently to other organisations, we take on projects that interest and excite us. We aim to share our technical knowledge with others so that they gain a greater understanding of BIM processes and the power of collaboration, not just for the project, but more importantly, for the people who deliver


Jul 7
dig built

Digital Built Britain; a realisation of purpose

Imagine a construction industry, which delivers high performing assets. An industry that provides exceptional client value. One that attracts talent from diverse backgrounds into an industry seen to add demonstrable value to society. Imagine an industry where we provide more for less, and reduce whole life cost and carbon. Basically, everything that the construction industry


Jul 5
Granary Square

BIM. Technologies enables Argent to deliver King’s Cross vision

King’s Cross, once a Victorian industrial and transportation heartland is being completely transformed into a mixed-use, vibrant and modern urban centre in London. It’s the largest area of city-centre redevelopment in Europe and has resulted in one of the more sustainable developments in the UK. The 67-acre site comprises an impressive 50 new buildings on