BIM

Building Information Modeling (BIM)

The LI is promoting and enabling the uptake of BIM by its members alongside encouraging other aspects of competence in digital practice. So far this has consisted of running introductory and masterclass events, developing product data templates (PDTs), publishing newsletters, developing a new book BIM for Landscape and preparing the LI Digital Plan of Works (also known as Digital Plan of Works for Landscape). The latest initiative is to engage with arboriculturalists and tree officers by supporting the Digital Arboricultural group (previously known as BIM4Arb) as it encourages the arboricultural industry to better collaborate over BIM.

An Introduction to BIM: Webinar by Mike Shilton

What is BIM

Dictionary of terms used in BIM

BIM FAQ

BIM Resources

PDT store

Newsletter Archive

TGN 01/13 Implications of BIM on PII

TGN 02/13 Software Considerations

TGN 03/13 BIM Implementation Plans

TGN 04/13 BIM Execution Plans

Other BIM Resources (needs updating)

General Practice Note on Software for BIM Projects (needs reviewing)

The LI’s Digital Practice Working Group (formerly BIM working group) comprises several workstreams which are taking forward activity under the headings: promotion; engagement; learning; technology; spatial data; PDTs and LI Digital Plan of Work.

For further content please search the Technical Resources section.