Online Resources

Those using this website may find the following resources useful;

    We Are Supported By

  • Excitech - Excitech has the experience and expertise to support projects, organisations and supply chains from project inception to completion and beyond. Our services include consultancy, software and system supply and implementation, training, management and support in Computer Aided Design (CAD), Building Information Modelling (BIM), Design Data Management and Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM).
  • Digital Guerrilla Consultancy - We are a Building Information Modelling & Digital Information Management consultancy bringing together leading experts to support the Scottish Construction Market.
  • Atkins - Atkins is one of the world's leading design, engineering and project management consultancies. We have the breadth and depth of expertise to respond to the most technically challenging and time critical infrastructure projects
  • Also, we thank Ramboll for supporting the orginal BIM4Real events

  • Protocol Documents

  • PAS1192-2:2013 (please note you will also need associated appendixes like the CPix stuff, EIR, BEPs etc.). Specification for information management for the capital/delivery phase of construction projects using building information modelling
  • CIC BIM Protocol The BIM Protocol is a supplementary legal agreement that is incorporated into professional services appointments and construction contracts by means of a simple amendment. The Protocol creates additional obligations and rights for the employer and the contracted party. The Protocol is based on the direct contractual relationship between the employer and the supplier. It does not create additional rights or liabilities between different suppliers.
  • BS1192:2007 - Collaborative production of architectural, engineering and construction information. Code of practice
  • PAS91 - This free Publicly Available Specification (PAS) provides a set of questions to be asked by buyers of potential suppliers to enable prequalification for construction projects. PAS 91 also specifies requirements for the consistent use of those questions across projects of varying sizes and types including in respect of the OJEU procurement thresholds for public sector procurement.
  • AEC BIM Protocols (including appendixes) - Version 2.0 of the AEC (UK) BIM Protocol is a unification of the guidance provided by the previous documents, bringing workflows together in a single generic document which can be applied to any BIM-enabled project. The set of documents builds on the guidelines and frameworks defined by the UK standards documents, including BS1192:2007 and the forthcoming PAS1192-2:2012 alongside proven best practice procedures, providing a clear, concise path to implementation for BIM authoring software, such as Autodesk Revit and Bentley’s AECOsim Building Designer.
  • Soft Landings - Soft Landings means designers and constructors staying involved with buildings beyond practical completion. This will assist the client during the first months of operation and beyond, to help fine-tune and de-bug the systems, and ensure the occupiers understand how to control and best use their buildings.
  • RIBA Plan Of Works - First developed in 1963, the RIBA Plan of Work is the definitive UK model for the building design and construction process. Now including this online resource enabling professionals to browse, customise and download a plan of work. Intuitive to use with on-screen help at each stage.

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