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Tim Cook

Tim is a trained QS and IT applications specialist with main emphasis on Causeway’s CATO Cost Consultants Software including both the CAD & BIM Measurement applications. Tim is also the global account manager for Causeway’s key strategic CATO customers.
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A Recap of the RICS BIM Conference 2017

12/06/2017 - 10:51

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...

BIMMeasure Rules OK!

15/12/2016 - 11:36

As the construction industry segues seamlessly into the world of BIM (!) – It is evident that there are still those whom prefer to work using the practices of yesteryear rather than those of today.

“What Wonderful Big ‘I’s You Have BIM….”

26/08/2016 - 02:51

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’? 

Taking control of construction cost data

11/06/2016 - 01:00

One of the shocking statistics highlighted in a recent report from the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) is that construction productivity has only increased by 1.4% since 1997....

BIM is not going away...

08/04/2016 - 01:00


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!

Out of Chaos Comes Investment - BIM

02/03/2016 - 12:00

Some say "Out of Chaos Comes Investment, but is that really the way to embark on your BIM journey?


What is the "QuickEst" Way of Cultivating Your Cost Data?

01/10/2015 - 01:00

When it comes to providing a feasibility report to a client, how do you do it?

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