The Challenges of today’s BIM Processes.
Various discussions have been taking place, all building up to the upcoming government’s much-publicised 2016 deadline for all public projects to be delivered using BIM level two. Here are just a few challenges the current construction…Continue
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As the consultation period for reviewing the proposed document which seeks to replace the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 and withdraw the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) expired on 6th June 2014, I have been informed by the HSE that the HSE Board are now considering the recommendations arising from the responses and that they will be publishing their response as soon as it has been agreed. This is likely to be late summer 2014.
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This year sees the fourteenth architect to design a temporary Pavilion outside the entrance to the Serpentine Gallery
Smiljan Radic’s Pavilion has been designed as a flexible, multi-purpose social space with a café sited inside. Visitors are actively encouraged to enter into and to interact with the Pavilion in a variety of different ways throughout its four month life within the Park.
On a series of selected Friday nights, between July and September, the Pavilion will become…Continue
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RIBA West Midlands Awards were announced on 12th April at an exclusive awards dinner and ceremony, which took place within the Book Rotunda at the Library of Birmingham.
The evening saw a great array of entries from across the region with 8 regional award winners and 4 special award winners. You can view the 2014 awards here and we would like to congratulate all winners once again.…Continue
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The HSE have released their consultation document which seeks to replace the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 and withdraw the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP).
These proposals will have a large impact upon the construction industry, clients of construction work (including householders as clients), designers, principal contractors, contractors, sub-contractors including the self-employed, CDM co-ordinators, safety representatives and…Continue
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“Thursday 28th January saw the annual West Midlands ‘Great Debate’ hosted and organised by the professional institutes responsible for the built environment, principally the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE), the Landscape Institute, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI). This year’s Great Debate is about High Speed 2, the single biggest infrastructure project affecting the Midlands…Continue
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20 - 29 June 2014
RIBA West Midlands are looking for organisations, businesses and individuals who would like to contribute to…Continue
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As we finalise things for the new academic year, I thought I'd introduce one of the design initiatives that has been set up at the Birmingham School of Architecture. Co.Lab (now in its second year) is a cross-disciplinary architecture & design initiative focussing…Continue
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Following the generous donation of $1 million dollars to the Birmingham School of Architecture by alumnus Dr Albert Hong, a Professorship post was created in honour of former Head of School, Oscar Naddermier. This post, the Oscar Naddermier Professor of Architecture in History, Theory and Cultural Context will be responsible for these key areas across the School of Architecture (and Landscape) as well as lead one of the School's Research Hubs. This privately funded Professorship is the only…Continue
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RIBA West Midlands and the BAA are looking for organisations, businesses and individuals who would like to contribute to Love Architecture Festival 2013.
Love Architecture Festival is a regional RIBA festival aimed at a public audience, now going into its second year after a sucessful launch in 2012. In 2013 the festival takes place across all English regions between 21-30 June. If you are interested and have…Continue
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The Birmingham Architectural Association and the Royal Institute of British Architects in the West Midlands are inviting you to take part in an interactive debate and Q&A on the importance of design culture in Birmingham and the West Midlands.
Alongside art & architecture showcase…Continue
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The School of Architecture's annual review has arrived from the printers. It's the largest one yet!You can grab a physical copy from the School and at any public event at BIAD.…Continue
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The VIVID Pod prototype is arguably the first manufactured, mobile artist’s space in the UK. The pod concept was developed by architect Ranbir Lal in collaboration with VIVID in response to VIVID's artist research programme; it explores the possibilities of integrating production within an exhibition…Continue
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