The LOD on the LOD
The low down on the LOD. In the world of Building Information Modeling (BIM), the term 'LOD' gets thrown around a lot – but what does it really mean? Read this post to find out.
4 Steps to Successful BIM Implementation [INFOGRAPHIC]
If you’ve ever wondered how to properly implement a BIM process for your firm, or even if you’re skeptical about successful adoption, take a look at this infographic on four steps to BIM success!
What does BIM mean for civil engineers? - Civil + Structural Engineer magazine
A few weeks ago, I was on the phone with a civil engineer who needed help with a question he was asked by an architecture firm: "Are you BIM ready?" The civil engineer had a good understanding of the benefits of building information modeling (BIM) for building design, and had ideas abo ...
Ralph Montague – 'BIM for Lean Construction' | BIMIreland.ie | Ireland's Only Dedicated BIM Exclusive Resource
The Lean Construction Institute, Community of Practice (CoP) Ireland, hosted a webinar entitled "BIM for Lean Construction". This was presented by Ralph Montague, Managing Partner of ArcDox,
25 Habits of Successful CPMs and Construction Company Owners - Infographics - LetsBuild
25 habits of successful construction company owners you can adopt too Whether we’re talking about work or private life, there are a few things every construction company owner – or construction project manager for that matter – knows are key to success. We put together a list of 25 good habits you might want to...
Construction Project Scheduling and Control, 3rd Edition
Bad scheduling can doom a construction project from the start Construction Project Scheduling and Control provides a comprehensive examination of the analytical methods used to devise a reasonable, efficient, and successful schedule for construction projects of all sizes. This updated third edition contains new information on building image modeling (BIM) and its relationship to project scheduling and control, as well as thorough coverage of the latest developments in the field…