The panel works with relevant external bodies to ensure members remain up to date with changes to BIM legislation and practice.
As an experienced practitioner in BIM you will work with the panel to provide useful guidance and updates to members.
You will attend four meetings a year and have full access to all related documents. You will undertake some work between meetings.
Participating in the panel is a great way to contribute to your Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
We invite expressions of interest in panel membership each September, contacting all members except Student Members.
Contact the panel if you have questions about their work.
Explore our range of online training, recorded lectures and up and coming events.
This introduction to BIM will help structural engineers and technicians to understand how it can support their work. It clearly explains what BIM is and how it affects the structural engineering profession.
A presentation covering aspects of LoD/ LoI and LoX.
Use this tool to help you determine the structural information requirements and level of detail required for your projects.
Provides a theoretical framework for rapid problem solving concept calculations
Steve Faulkner briefl y explains how the Institution’s new Responsibility Matrix will help clarify an engineer’s responsibilities on a project.
Peter Debney explores Artificial Intelligence and how it can help structural engineers.
With the boom in technology in the construction industry, new specialisms within engineering are emerging. What's the cheapest way to improve your own digital skills? Ashley Kacha investigates...
Steve Faulkner is impressed by a thought-provoking book which makes the case that all design firms should be using BIM in their projects.
How innovations in design technology are shifting the paradigm for construction.
Temporary works can often be overlooked at the strategy stage of a project. However, introducing temporary works digitally from the very beginning of a project delivers many benefits, including the ability to help teams win tenders by providing more buildable solutions, argues Duncan Reed of Trimble.
The Institution’s BIM Panel provides a brief overview of the COBie information exchange standard, which is intended to reduce interoperability issues between different software systems.
The IStructE BIM Panel highlights key changes in the second edition of this protocol intended to provide consistency of approach in projects involving building information modelling.