The National BIM Guide is to assist clients, consultants and stakeholders
to clarify their BIM requirements in a nationally consistent manner.
NATSPEC National BIM Guide
The core reference document.
Project BIM Brief
For defining and documenting the specific requirements of your project by reference
to the National BIM Guide.
BIM Object/Element Matrix
Can be used as a reference or to define the properties and Level of Development of many of a project's building elements.
This website is home to the NATSPEC National BIM Guide and other documents. It is also a repository of documents and tools that will assist the implementation of BIM in the construction industry.
On Tuesday 2 December 2014, ACIF and APCC released The Framework for the Adoption of Project Team Integration and Building Information Modelling.
Please help NATSPEC update the National BIM Guide!
Collaborate Working Group CWG-002, BIM Management Plans, has just released a report which focuses on reviewing the National BIM Guide and BIM Management Plan Template. Its goal was to provide NATSPEC with industry feedback on its suite of documents, based on “real world use”.
NATSPEC thanks Collaborate for this initiative and CWG-002 for the significant effort they put into the report.
All comments will be taken into consideration when preparing the next edition of our BIM documents.
For a copy of the CWG-002 Report [904 KB PDF] Go to source
NATSPEC is a not-for-profit organisation with the objective of improving the construction quality and productivity of the built environment through leadership of information.
NATSPEC believes that digital information, including 3-D Modelling and Building Information Modelling, will provide improved methods of design, construction and communication for the industry. Further, NATSPEC supports open global systems. This will result in improved efficiency and quality.
NATSPEC’s primary focus is on the “i” (information) in BIM and how it is linked to digital models. NATSPEC’s areas of interest include how specification information can be best integrated with BIM and the development of BIM guidelines and standards beneficial to the construction industry.