Asset Information Model (AIM)

The Asset Information Model or AIM is a term used to define the set of information gathered from all sources that support the continuing management of an asset

Terminology and UK Contract Law

The use of terms such as Lead Appointed Party, Appointed Party and Task Team in lieu of terms: employer, supplier, contractor and subcontractor, require clarification to become legally binding. The meaning of BS EN ISO 19650 framework terminology included in Exchange Information Requirement (EIR) or BIM Execution Plan (BEP) and other framework documents depends on […]

The role of management in BIM implementation at a project and organisational level

Introduction While comparing the experience of working in smaller practices fulfilling the combined role of designer shared with BIM leadership position, and the experience of dedicated BIM management role within a larger organisation many would agree that to enable organisational benefits of BIM and disruptive digital technologies in Architecture Engineering and Construction (AEC) the BIM […]