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CIBSE Technical Director, Hywel Davies addresses how BIM is recognised in the Building Performance Awards
The CIBSE BIM Steering Group encourages participants from all aspects of the building process to reflect on their experiences of BIM through a survey throughout July and August
The debate around London’s skyline has drawn attention to the shortcomings in the piecemeal approach of the UK’s planning system
ESOS Regulations require that energy assessors be sourced from existing schemes such as the CIBSE Low Carbon Consultants register.
Marks & Spencer hosts Awards official launch. Find out more about the 2015 call for entries and view the launch presentation.
Iconic, attractive and eye-catching buildings are rightly awarded for architectural and structural brilliance. But do they ‘perform’ as the design intended?