Enabling BIM through Procurement and Contracts
A Research Report by the Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution, King’s College London
The Centre of Construction Law and Dispute Resolution is proud to release its research report ‘Enabling BIM through Procurement and Contracts’. This report is the culmination of a two-year project working in collaboration with leading individuals and organisations from across the construction industry.
The research was partly grant funded by the Society of Construction Law and the Association of Consultant Architects. The research methodology was agreed by a multi-disciplinary Research Group and comprised reviews of 12 leading BIM projects and confidential interviews with 40 leading practitioners. The research report was also informed by a full day workshop (20 attendees) and a full day conference (115 attendees), following which all those present were issued with a draft of the report and were invited to comment.
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About the Centre's publications
The Centre has a long record of publishing, aimed at developing a comprehensive body of up-to-date material for both use in teaching and general circulation. The proceedings of conferences are usually revised and published as separate volumes. Our publications include:
1988 Construction Contract Policy**
1989 ICC and International Arbitration*
1990/1 Legal Obligations in Construction**
1992 Future Directions in Construction Law*
1993 Construction, Law and the Environment*
1994 Risk, Management & Procurement**
1995 Commercial Dispute Resolution**
1995 Comparative Studies in Construction Law: The Sweet Lectures
1996 Contemporary Issues in Construction law I: Security for Payment**
1996 Contemporary Issues in Construction Law II: A Plea for Sanity*
1997 New Horizons in Construction Law*
2000 The Construction Act: Time for Review
2001 Limited Liability Partnerships: A Guide for Professionals**
2001 International Commercial Arbitration: Practical Perspectives
These are available to purchase via the Centre (firstname.lastname@example.org).
(*) - are out of print
(**) - limited stock