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BIM in Small Practices
Illustrated Case Studies

Edited By

Robert Klaschka

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ISBN 9781859464991
Published October 10, 2014 by NBS
144 Pages

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Book Description

BIM (Building Information Modelling) is revolutionising architecture and construction, as more and more practices are realising the benefits it brings to design, sustainability, and construction. There is a perception that BIM is a process best left to large practices – requiring significant resources and the ability to invest heavily in IT. This book overturns that misconception: introducing a selection of inspirational BIM-enabled projects by small architectural practices.

Full of practical tips and hard-won experience, BIM in Small Practices: Illustrated Case Studies includes pithy contributions from industry experts who identify and explore the important issues for small practices including how to get your practice started with BIM, and how it aligns to the new Plan of Work. This landmark publication will motivate small practices who are considering taking those first steps towards implementing BIM.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction  Part 1 Case Studies  2. BIM and the New Plan of Work  3. Convincing Clients with BIM  4. BIM for Winning Work  5. BIM for Public Projects  6. BIM and Interoperability  7. BIM and Live Modelling  8. Existing building BIM  9. BIM for Passivhaus Design  10. BIM for Virtual Prototyping  11. BIM for Speed of Design and Delivery  12. Using BIM to get Projects Moving?  13. Unbranded BIM  Part 2 Context  14. Getting Started with BIM  15. BIM is for Small Practices  16. SMEs, the Plan of Work and Opportunities  17. BIM & Diversification  18. The BIM Landscape

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Robert Klaschka has over 15 years experience working in the UK and Europe in architecture and design. He has close links with the development team at Bentley Systems and was an Advisory Panel member for NBS and has advised on the development of the data exchange between NBS Building and Bentley Architecture. He is the current chair of BCUKI (The Bentley Community UK and Ireland) having been elected in 2010.