|The Periodic Table of BIM|
At NBS, we cover many areas of the built environment within the guidance of our specification products. For example, before specifying a lighting system an engineer may want to research the latest information on interior lighting or emergency lighting or automatic controls. Equally, an architect may want research fire, acoustic and environmental performance before specifying doors.
|General guidance available within NBS Create|
When providing guidance on BIM on theNBS.com, we wanted to have a more engaging way of leading construction professionals into this key topic than a (slightly dull) table of contents page such as:
Building Information Modelling
- BIM Strategy
- Common methods
- Procurement route
- Culture and behaviour
- Process etc...
...so instead, the Periodic Table of BIM was created. An engaging way to support construction professionals through the topic of building information modelling.
|The key topics around the subject of building information modelling|
If you are interested - please see the dedicated area of our website:
To jump to a key topic, click the areas that interests you below...
Strategy, Foundations, Collaboration, Process, People, Technology, Standards, Enabling Tools, Resources, Plan of Work Stages
Finally, when out and about on the road I have heard that a few people have printed the periodic table of BIM out and put it on the wall of their practice. We'd be keen to see photographs of this - if anyone wants to take part - please use the hashtag #BIMTable - I'll update this blog post if we get any pictures through ;)
- Download a PDF of this free resource - print off and stick to the wall