BIM – Advanced construction logistics project – partners needed
UWE have been working on a project with Costain, Network Rail, Highways England and other partners to simplify the complex business of bringing large assemblies and modules onto site at the right time, minimising storage and simplifying lorry routing. The BIM software we’ve created also helps to track embodied carbon for compliance with Part Z regulations.
The software isn’t yet quite ready for use in live projects, but we’re seeking feedback from potential users before we commit to further development.
There’s some information about the software here https://advanced-logistics.co.uk/home and we have a quick demo available.
Could you spare 10 minutes via Teams or Zoom to give us your opinion?
Please contact: Helen.Baker@uwe.ac.uk who will get in touch to set up the demo.
TIES Advanced logistics project is a state-of-the-art advanced logistics system based on digital twin technology to revolutionise modern methods of construction and improve productivity. We are team of researchers at UWE Bristol, led by Professor Lamine Mahdjoubi investigating four key areas that can improve efficiency and quality within the construction industry: artificial intelligence data mining, advanced logistics, conversational artificial intelligence and quality assurance.