James Harty

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Many commentators and analysts are now saying that we are reaching the tipping moment in the adoption of building information modelling. By this they mean that the uphill struggle for implementation is finally falling into place and that it is beginning to gather its own momentum. This is to be welcomed. But the construction industry is very fragmented and(More)
Better informed design then allows for a reduction in the use of global resources, to facilitate better siting, geometry, daylighting, function and system implementation in facilities. It allows better optimisation in components and installations placed in those buildings and, in best cases, it makes it possible to generate excess energy to fulfil local(More)
With the improved uptake of Building Information Modelling (BIM) new issues are emerging. Prime in these tasks is how it is presented to the various stakeholders, in tailor made views to reflect their demands and requirements. In this fragmented sector strong in the concept of phased handovers new methods of feedback loops need to be developed, and other(More)
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