Looking for BIM Resources? Look no further
Reliable, trustworthy BIM resources can be difficult to find. The modern BIM environment is changing and evolving at a rapid pace with experienced discussion, documentation and best practices following a couple of steps behind the technology. How do you keep up with the new best practices, software changes and the expectations of your boss?
Fear not! We’ve pulled together seven of the best BIM resources on the internet to help keep you up-to-date and ahead of your competition.
If we’ve missed your favorite resource from the list below, please let us know so we can include it (and possibly revise this post title from ‘7 Great BIM Resources’ to ’15 Best BIM Resources’).
7 Great BIM Resources
- Download the Autodesk AEC Feed from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/autodesk-aec-feed/id736773898?mt=8.
Includes articles, stories, workflow videos and tips and tricks for architectural, engineering and construction professionals from Autodesk.
Discussion, videos and other resources on Autodesk Revit software and other BIM implementation topics. Follow the author at @davewlight.
BIMopedia brings you the latest news and reviews from the BIM world. Check out BIM Diary for all upcoming events and webinars. You will find the latest BIM standards and protocols under BIM Documents.
The National BIM Library, developed and managed by NBS for the UK construction industry, is a free of charge online resource enabling construction professionals to locate and download generic and proprietary BIM objects.
Canada BIM Council provides advocacy, learning opportunities and best practices for BIM in a Canadian context.
This BIM-focused blog is, to quote the author, the ‘Diary of a 21st Century Architectural Technologist ‘. Also, follow him at @jvandezande.
This thinkBIM Blog, through regular pieces from Claire Bowles along with guest bloggers + thinkBIM ambassadors + thought leaders, is aimed at generating discussions on moving towards a BIM-enabled construction and built environment sector.