Cape Town, South Africa, Release: July 17, 2020. For Immediate Release Gregory Mofokeng appointed president of the BIM Institute; the founder, Vaughan Harris steps down as president. The BIM Institute today announced that its board of directors has appointed Gregory Mofokeng as president. In addition, Gregory Mofokeng has also been appointed as a part of […]
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“It’s a new decade for us all and you, my colleague in the construction food chain, should be looking to your future in this industry and asking what the next 10 years or so holds for you. Depending on your expertise, your future may look increasingly shaky – and if you aren’t concerned, you should […]
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“I was inspired by a video I watched by US Air Force General for his powerful rebuke against ignorance You may have heard of the concept of digital construction or even Industry 4.0, which is based on four principles: interconnection, decentralised decision making, information transparency, and digital assistants. Traditional, hierarchical and centralised project delivery methods […]
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In January 2014 NATSPEC issued the first version of a report summarising the status of BIM education in a number of countries across the globe. The report has been updated and reissued each year since, with this report being version 6.0 of what is now an annual update to the original report. Each year […]
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This once-off unique offer is for ONLY R995.00 ….a R1000.00 saving!! Offer valid until the 30th of April 2019. To the FUTURE LEADERS IN CONSTRUCTION…yes….that’s YOU! Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a PROCESS, not software. If you want to REALLY UNDERSTAND BIM, the BIM Academy Africa, the training partner to the BIM Institute, have a […]
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No excuses BIM Execution Plan is a buzzword that is increasingly heard amongst the architectural companies in South Africa and my research indicates that this may be because more companies are starting to engage with BIM projects. But who are the BIM Champions that are driving these processes? A BIM Champion is the person who […]
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Finally, here’s the all-in-one One Day BIM course for BIM leadership. This intensive workshop specifically designed to give BIM Managers, company staff, non-designers and directors the A-Z of BIM without the software involved. BIM is not software….its a process! While getting to grips with understanding the models, processes and delivery methods required to make a true […]
ALL ABOARD THE first step towards a successful transition to BIM is to get all staff on board with the planned changes. If a member of the team is not enthusiastic about the implementation, the chances of success are greatly reduced as the easy option will always be to go back to the old […]
I love this “last letter of the year” that I send to the BIM-osphere. It’s a time to reflect on where we are now compared to where we were a year ago. I started this year knowing in my bones that “something’s gotta give,” and give it has. The BIM Academy Africa has gone from […]
There is no universally accepted definition of BIM yet, the unavoidable truth is that Africa will never join any of the earlier adopters or have the resources to accomplish the huge amount of infrastructure development that Africa needs. Unless we all work together and produce a new way of working on our continent. Some of […]