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Despite being a relatively small practice, Osbornes Quantity Surveyors deal regularly with large projects. In order to ensure business efficiency and accuracy, Osbornes turned to Causeway...
On Tuesday 18th of June 2019, Causeway invited members of their CATO and Estimating user community to the RICS headquarters in London to form an Industry Steering Group.
Causeway were delighted to exhibit at the Project Controls Expo on the 14th of November, held at the Emirates Stadium in London. As the only conference of its kind, the Project Controls Expo is...
On 6th June, members of the Causeway team attended the RICS BIM Conference 2017—Towards Digital Built Britain—at the Hilton London Tower Bridge.
This conference comes six months after the launch...
It may indeed seem like a ‘fairy tale’ - the fact that with a single click you can create a fully measured and cost plan direct from an IFC model. But why are so many afraid of the ‘Big Bad BIM’?
Now that BIM Level 2 is mandatory for government contracts it’s important that everyone in the supply chain is suitably prepared to work within a BIM environment.
Since the 4th April 2016 all public sector construction contracts with a value of over £10m must be Level 2 BIM-compliant. This has been mandated by the UK Government and it’s not going away!
Some say "Out of Chaos Comes Investment, but is that really the way to embark on your BIM journey?
When it comes to providing a feasibility report to a client, how do you do it?