Our multi award winning BIM team’s experience and utilisation continues to grow with the construction industry and alinea.

 

They, led by Richard Bates, are architecturally trained and have developed our ‘hands on’ approach. Our proven ability enables us to truly utilise the BIM; harvest accurate, validated quantities and areas for use throughout the project and advance the relationship between BIM and Procurement. The improved coordination, clarity and mitigation of risk, means more robust returns from the market.

We actively promote BIM methodology whenever possible; it’s a fully integrated part of the alinea approach. The benefits to projects and clients are immense; the level of coordination and accuracy of the design and data to accessibility and opportunity for value over the lifetime of the asset.

Our relationship, knowledge, guidance & advice with project teams constantly evolves; achieving successful BIM data production enabling alignment of design and cost for utilisation in estimating and procurement.

Design / Visualise / Simulate & Analyse / Document / Deliver

For more information, contact: [email protected]

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BIM Show Live in Newcastle-Upon Tyne

February 2019

Today associate and BIM Specialist Richard Bates attends BIM Show Live in Newcastle-Upon Tyne. BIM Show Live brings digital construction content to life and is revolutionising the technological delivery of BIM. This is a two-day conference, with specialist technology-led content, four keynote speakers and 32 seminar sessions, where we will be addressing ...

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BIM at Kingston University

January 2019

21st January, alinea Associate and BIM Specialist, Richard Bates will be guest lecturer at Kingston University. He will be talking to MSc students about his experience with BIM, including the benefits of its usage to the QS. He will also be demonstrating some of the software we use to make ...

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alinea participates in Centre for Digital Built Britain panel at University of Cambridge

December 2018

Zelda Kaitano and Richard Bates were recently invited to be part of an expert panel at the University of Cambridge as part of a research programme commissioned by government’s Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB). The (CDBB) was set up to increase integration of services and infrastructure provision enabled by digitisation. ...

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