Skanska boosts productivity with new digital workbook
Skanska is aiming to address this by replacing the traditional Excel spreadsheet with a new ISO 19650-compliant Information Management Workbook
Removing jargon, focusing on collaboration and greater interoperability of technology are the key solutions to improving the adoption of BIM and digital construction, according to readers’ responses to the latest annual Construction Management and BIMplus survey.
Balfour Beatty’s failed legal attempt to compel Broadway Malyan to retrieve documents relating to a building completed 13 years ago highlights the issues not only that information management can address in construction, but also the challenges around its retrospective application to the existing built environment
Data standards experts Chris Lees and Nick Nisbet have developed a new data protocol to help improve the management of risks in the design, construction and management of new homes in scope of the Building Safety Act – and buildings more widely.
The multi-party Integrated Information Management Contract was launched recently. Here, Professor David Mosey of King’s College London Centre of Construction Law and Dr Paolo Ettore Giana of Buro Happold delve deeper into it.