ABAB MARCH 2021 FORUM COMMUNIQUE

Australasian BIM Advisory Board’s successes to date, and more to come The Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) held its first meeting for 2021 on March 12 commencing with a reflection on ABAB’s successes since its inception in 2016. Measuring against ABAB’s commitment to drive integrated best practice BIM solutions, consistent Australia-wide approaches and the provision […]

ABAB NOVEMBER 2020 FORUM COMMUNIQUE

Advisory Board delivers another important guide for industry and government just when it is most needed At its 27 November 2020 Meeting, the Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) applied the finishing touches to several initiatives that will bolster its excellent report card for 2020. “ABAB has played a key coordination and leadership role in promoting […]

ABAB SEPTEMBER 2020 FORUM COMMUNIQUE

The Advisory Board looks to influence digital adoption in construction projects through the various government stimulus packages At it’s 4 September 2020 Meeting, the Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) agreed to utilise it’s leadership role in the adoption of consistent BIM practices to encourage all governments to optimise the value of every cent that is […]

ABAB JUNE 2020 FORUM COMMUNIQUE

The critical impotance of BIM in our current environment: Collaboration and tools to demonstrate the value of BIM  In our current environment, a national approach to the adoption of Building Information Modelling (BIM) is more important than ever for increasing productivity and improving asset management across Australasia. The Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) provides leadership in […]

ABAB FEBRUARY 2020 FORUM COMMUNIQUE

Australasian BIM Advisory Board’s excellent Report Card For the Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB), the new year has provided an opportunity to reflect and report on ABAB’s successes since its inception in 2016. In terms of integrated BIM solutions, consistent Australia-wide approaches and the provision of best practice advice and guidance, the wins for both […]

ABAB OCTOBER 2019 FORUM COMMUNIQUE

03 October 2019   The Advisory Board celebrates the endorsement of the Australian BIM Strategic Framework by the Board of Treasurers   The Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) held its third and final Forum for 2019 on 13 September in Brisbane.  Developed by ABAB, the Australian BIM Strategic Framework (the Framework) now backed by the […]

ABAB JUNE 2019 FORUM COMMUNIQUE

03 July 2019   The Advisory Board focuses on delivering the value of Building Information Modelling in the lifecycle management of buildings and infrastructure assets   The Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) held its second Forum for 2019 on 21 June in Melbourne.  Mr Andrew Curthoys, Director, Engagement and Taskforce, Department of State Development, Manufacturing, […]

ABAB FEBRUARY 2019 FORUM COMMUNIQUE

22 February 2019   The Advisory Board’s 2019 program continues its leadership and coordination role in the consistent adoption of Building Information Modelling   The Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) held its first Forum for 2019 on 20 February in Adelaide. BIM Process Consistency, and Asset Information Requirements These recently released documents were praised as […]

ABAB LAUNCHES TWO NEW BIM PUBLICATIONS

As previously advised, the Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) in its 5 October 2018 Forum endorsed the release of two important publications developed to drive consistent approach to the adoption of Building Information Modelling (BIM) through the design, construction and operation of an asset. ABAB is pleased to announce their release: BIM Process Consistency: Towards […]

DEVELOPMENT OF A NATIONAL BIM STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK

The Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) recently held its second 2018 Forum in Brisbane. One highlight from the meeting was the potential for ABAB to be the governance vehicle for a National Building Information Modelling (BIM) Strategic Framework.  A Concept Paper was tabled by the Victorian Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources, and […]