What would you like to read about in books&articles regarding BIM? Let us know and win an amazing book
The International Day of the Book, promoted by UNESCO from 1995, supports reading, publishing and copyright worldwide
The World Book Day, the Spanish way
To celebrate this day, Cervantes's Don Quixote is read during a two-day "readathon" and the Miguel de Cervantes Prize is presented by the Spanish King in Alcalá de Henares.
In Catalonia (Spain), St. George's Day has been 'The Day of the Rose' since 1436, and involves the exchange of gifts between loved ones and respected people—it is analogous to Valentine's Day. Although World Book and Copyright Day has been internationally celebrated since 1995, books were exchanged on 'The Day of the Rose' in Catalonia since 1929, in memory of Cervantes.
Don’t miss our special ‘Day of the Rose’ BRIM version to commemorate this date:
If you want to learn more about the BRIM methodology, you can take a look to this interview in which the civil engineer, José Carlos Lino explains its key points.
Participate in #BIMBook18 and win an amazing book
1. Log in on Twitter with the username that will participate in the contest.
2. Follow the @BIMCommunity account and retweet in the contest post. Then, send a
tweet answering the question before April 24: What would you like to read about in books&articles regarding BIM? With the hashtag # BIMbooks18.
3. If your post persuade the jury, you will gain one of these three books:
- For English participations: BIM for Construction, Health and Safety, Stefan Mordue and Roland Finch.
- For Spanish participations: Salto al BIM: Estrategias BIM de calidad para empresas punteras del sector AECO, Viero Hernández and Luisa Santamaría.
- For German participations: The BIM-Manager Mark Baldwin. The BIM Manager is published by Beuth Verlag (Berlin) in association with buildingSMART Germany and Man and Machine. The Germany version is now available for order, with an English version to be published in August. A Spanish and Japanese version are also planned for later this year. More information can be found here..
We would like to specially thank Mark Baldwin, Stefan Mordue, Viero Hernández and Luisa Santamaria for being so committed to the sector and for making #BIMBook18 happen. We are extremely happy to have them on board.
Good luck to all the participants, looking forward to read all your contributions!