Posts Tagged ‘Computing’

HIGH QUALITY SEMANTICALLY-AWARE 3D MODELING OF COMPLEX ARCHITECTURE by Quattrini, Malinveni, Clini, Nespeca, Orlietti Download the article ABSTRACT: In order to improve the framework for 3D modeling, a great challenge is to obtain the suitability of Building Information Model (BIM) platform for historical architecture. A specific challenge in HBIM is to guarantee appropriateness of geometrical […]

by D. Orenia, R. Brumana, A. Georgopoulos y B. Cuca Download the article   Conservation of built heritage is progressively linked to the regular maintenance of buildings, defining the preventing conservation as a real necessity in everyday practice. In this view, it is necessary to have an instrument that allows to collect, compare, share and […]

by Mónica Inés Fernández, Ricardo Gustavo Piegari yLiliana Bonvecchi Download the article Objetivos Evaluar las mutaciones aportadas por la concepción y comunicación de la Arquitectura a partir de la incorporación de tecnologías digitales, valorando los profundos cambios que afectan a las disciplinas dedicadas a la enseñanza del proyecto; analizar la imposición de transformaciones de orden […]

For more efficient, more sustainable buildings, HOK employs integrated project delivery and the Revit® platform for BIM. By HOK Download the article  

Measuring and Improving the Productivity of the U.S. Construction Industry: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities By Robert E. Chapman and David T. Butry Building and Fire Research Laboratory National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg. Download the article   Abstract Although the construction industry is a major component of the U.S. economy, it has experienced a […]



City of Bits Space, Place, and the Infobahn ISBN 0-262-63176-8 232 pp. – 16 illus. from William J. Mitchell Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at MIT Download the article

An Overview of the Feasibility of Achieving Level 2 Building Information Modeling by 2016 in the UK Abdulkadir Ganah and Godfaurd A. John Download the paper The construction industry sector is highly diverse, consisting of a range of discrete subsectors with an output of around £107 billion to the UK economy in 2010 and employing […]

Download the paper This NATSPEC BIM Paper assists clients working with their Lead BIM Advisor to clarify and define their BIM requirements at project inception for the purpose of engaging the project team, with the goal of maximising the value of BIM to the project. It is designed to be used with the NATSPEC Project […]

Solution selection in digital construction design – a lazy user theory perspective. Christoph Merschbrocka*, Tor Tollnesa, Christian Nordahl-RolfsenaOslo and Akershus University College, P.O. Box 4, St. Olavs plass, NO-0130 Oslo, Norway Download the article  

On the 1st June 2015, a group of twenty researchers, FM practitioners and construction professionals from the UK, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Netherlands and the US gathered at the prestigious Glasgow Riverside Museum for a “FM and BIM – Research and Practice Workshop” as part of ongoing efforts by the EuroFM Practice Network Group (PNG) […]